Hasselblad is poised to launch the new H3D during opening day of Photokina this year. The H3D, as the company claims, is the world's first 48mm full frame DSLR camera, and comes in two versions, starting at 22 megapixels and ranges as high as 39 megapixels. It's also got an eye or waist-level viewfinder, an ISO range of 50 to 400, and can stretch out its shutter speed to 32 seconds. We don't have any info on pricing or availability, but given that its predecessors cost in the $30,000 - $40,000 range, it's a safe bet that the H3D is at least as much, and probably worth every penny to the three or four photographers that will ever buy it.

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Hasselblad to release H3D at Photokina