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Price Announcement: Hasselblad H5D-50c (CMOS sensor Medium Format) for $27,500, March 3, 2014
One of the early themes of 2014 is the arrival of CMOS sensors for Medium Format cameras with Pentax, Phase One and Hasselblad making product announcements. Today we find out the price of innovation. Hasselblad issued a press release revealing... Continue

Lunacy Limited Edition: Hasselblad Lunar Limited Edition (only 200 copies availalble), January 13, 2014
Once upon a time Hasselblad was a very respected photography company. Now they are the subject of ridicule with their "designer" editions of cameras only photophools drowning in money would buy. But if their previous photophools cameras were not "elite"... Continue

Hasselblad Lens Prices Going Up starting October 1st (5% to 12%), September 25, 2013
Perhaps the lunacy that is the Hasselblad Lunar is bleeding the company dry, so perhaps [pure speculation] they have to increase prices on their normal Medium Format Lenses to fund their lunacy. This part is pure speculation, but the upcoming... Continue

Hasselblad blings out the Sony RX100, calls it the new Hasselblad Stellar, July 23, 2013
The obnoxiousness of the new Hasselblad "rebadged" Sony cameras makes the rebadged Leica-Panasonics feel modest and even remotely reasonable by comparison. After dancing with Lunacy and the Sony NEX-7, Hasselblad is now starstruck with the new Stellar, a blingification of... Continue

Hasselblad Officially Ends The V System, April 29, 2013
A sad-news press-release from Hasselblad revealed that the company is ending the V system by ending production of the last remaining camera in the system. Press release parade at Amateur Photographer UK and British Journal of Photography and ePhotozine and... Continue

New Hasselblad H-system Macro Converter lens for 1200 euro, December 11, 2012
Yes, it is December, and we rarely get big announcements in December, but that does not mean December is a barren month. In addition to companies trying to leap-frog backwards the busy time of CES and PMA 2013 which happen... Continue

Everybody Else: Photokina, Panasonic, GH3, Samsung, Ricoh, Leica, Hasselblad, Voigtlander, Zeiss, Schneider, SLR Magic, Lytro, Casio, etc, October 1, 2012
And now the dramatic conclusion of the code-named two minute offense catch-up-a-thons covering the remaining manufacturers and general-purpose posts we haven't previously covered. We have already rounded-up Sigma and Pentax and Sony and Canon and Fuji and Nikon and Nikon... Continue

Hasselblad Trade Show Floor round-up: H5D, Lunar, Sony relationship, and Lunar controversy (price, ugliness), September 19, 2012
And now it is time to round up Hasselblad, a company that managed to get more of the spotlight than they usually do thanks to their new luxury mirrorless Lunar camera and their new long term co-operation agreement with Sony...... Continue

Hasselblad working on luxury mirrorless camera using the Sony NEX e-mount, September 18, 2012
Remember the teaser for a September 18 Hasselblad announcement? It has arrived and it is quite a new development! They have announced that are developing a new 24-megapixel luxury mirrorless camera by the name of Lunar. The camera will have... Continue

New Hasselblad H5D medium format camera officially announced, September 11, 2012
Hasselblad has just announced via press release the brand new Hasselblad H5D medium format camera! The camera will be officially announced at Photokina 2012 on Tuesday September 18 at 2pm Photokina time. The H5D will be available in multiple megapixel... Continue

Two Duels: Nikon D800s vs Medium Format cameras, July 30, 2012
The Nikon D800s (the D800 and D800e as a group) have thrown down the glovelet (glove + gauntlet) and have challenged the world of medium format cameras. Two independent duels have been posted the last couple of days: + Nikon... Continue

Hasselblad sending invitations for September 18 Photokina press conference, July 24, 2012
Hasselblad is sending invitations for a Tuesday September 18, 2012 press conference at Photokina in Cologne/Koln::Germany. If you want to try to read between the lines, the first two paragraphs have the meat: "In 2002 at photokina Hasselblad launched the... Continue

Newsbytes: Canon S100 lens problems, Hasselblad, WB100, Tiffen, Lytro, Nauticam E-M5, etc, June 30, 2012
We are splitting today's edition of the Cameraholic Digest in two parts in order to prevent it from becoming unreadably long. The first part, this one, Newsbytes, covers news-related and "newsy" items, while the second part cover reviews, tests, samples... Continue

Rangerfinder Fantasies: Digital version of the Hasselblad X-Pan, Fuji X-style, June 18, 2012
Reality can get boring, even with hundreds of new cameras per year. So now let's take a mini-vacation to the Land of Rangefinder Fantasies! Freelance photographer Robert Catto has shared his rangefinder fantasy on his blog, a prearranged marriage of... Continue

Hasselblad drops medium format prices by up to 23%, May 20, 2012
Hasselblad has announced price reductions on a number of their H-series models, with discounts up to 23% in both Europe and the USA market. See the new prices at Hasselblad.com and press release action at Imaging Insider and British Journal... Continue

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