Hasselblad announces Wi-Fi enabled H5D-50c medium format camera

The new Hasselblad Wi-Fi enabled H5D-50c medium format camera is a feature-rich upgrade to the H5D-50c CMOS unit launched earlier this year. The new model provides photographers with more freedom than ever before, thanks to an innovative Wi-Fi module.The H5D-50c with Wi-Fi makes it possible for users to fully control the camera and browse/view images on iPhone/iPad on location via Phocus Mobile software, without the need for a computer. It also features a ‘Live View’ function, allowing photographers to see and zoom in on a live image on the rear LCD even when the camera is untethered.

H5D-50c_Wi-Fi_light_rearThe new model will be available first in Europe at the end of November and will retail at €21,400 ($27701) excl. tax.This new model boasts all the functionality of its sibling, including a 50Mpixel CMOS sensor and excellent high ISO performance at up to ISO 6400. Between January and March 2015 Hasselblad is offering photographers the opportunity to upgrade their H5D-50c model for the new Wi-Fi version for €500.

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