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Hasselblad Stellar pictures and hands-on

Hasselblad Stellar pictures and hands-on

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If you're after a compact camera, perhaps that sort of thing to match your yacht moored in Portofino and don't know where to look, then we might be able to help. You could turn your eyes to Leica, knowing you'll be getting a lovely re-badged Panasonic,... >>

Hasselblad Lunar mirrorless system camera pictures and hands-on

Hasselblad Lunar mirrorless system camera pictures and hands-on

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The Hasselblad name tends to conjure up images of studio pros snapping celebrities with the company's £25,000 HD-series medium format cameras. But Hasselblad is undergoing something of a change: when company CEO Larry Hansen took to the stage at Hasselblad's... >>

Hasselblad joins forces with Sony for Lunar mirrorless compact system camera

Hasselblad joins forces with Sony for Lunar mirrorless compact system camera

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Hasselblad has announced a partnership agreement with Sony to move the Swedish manufacturer into the more consumer end of the digital camera market. There are plans to explore "new products for DSLR and compact camera segments" together, using the Hasselblad... >>

Next-generation Hasselblad H5D medium format camera announced

Next-generation Hasselblad H5D medium format camera announced

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Hasselblad has confirmed the launch of the next-generation H System camera with the Hasselblad H5D.  The Hasselblad H5D brings with it a number of upgrades and tweaks, improving the design of the camera to upgrade the ergonomics and weatherproofing on... >>

Hasselblad H4D Ferrari edition pictures and hands-on

Hasselblad H4D Ferrari edition pictures and hands-on

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Hasselblad, the Swedish-based camera company that you've probably heard of but whose camera you are unlikely to have owned, announced in 2010 a partnership with Ferrari to create a limited-edition Hasselblad Ferrari H4D digital medium format camera. Eighteen... >>

Hasselblad Ferrari H4D camera: Yours for £20k or so

Hasselblad Ferrari H4D camera: Yours for £20k or so

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Sure, it's limited edition. And sure, it's got the legendary Ferrari Racing Shield on board. But for 21,499 euros (plus taxes) Pocket-lint would want to be able to get in it and take it for a drive, rather than just being able to take pictures. Only 499... >>

The best and worst Ferrari gadgets around

The best and worst Ferrari gadgets around

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After lending its familiar branding to numerous products in the past, Ferrari has now opened the largest indoor theme park on the planet - Ferrari World. Based in Abu Dhabi, the gigantic theme park is also home to the world's fastest rollercoaster, which... >>

Hasselblad Ferrari H4D camera races on to the scene

Hasselblad Ferrari H4D camera races on to the scene

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Hasselblad, a camera company that you have probably heard of but unlikely to have owned any of their cameras, has just announced a partnership with Ferrari to create a limited edition Ferrari H4D digital medium format camera. Only 499 of them are being... >>

Hasselblad announces new 50 megapixel camera

Hasselblad announces new 50 megapixel camera

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We haven't heard much from Hasselblad since the release of H3DII-39, but now the high-end digital camera manufacturer has announced another industry-leading DSLR with the launch of the 50-megapixel H3DII-50. Following the success of the Hasselblad H3DII-39,... >>

Hasselblad H3D-II 39-megapixel professional DSLR

Hasselblad H3D-II 39-megapixel professional DSLR

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Hasselblad has launched the Mark II version of its super high-end H3D DSLR. Available immediately worldwide, this 39-megapixel monster will set you back around £18,500, although there are 22 and 31 megapixel versions available for less. The biggest hardware... >>