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Hasselblad's doing a fine job of pimping its mildly fresh 50-megapixel H3DII-50 at Photokina 2008, but being that we're hardly ever satisfied with the here and now, we've latched onto a few juicy tidbits flowing from the lips of CEO Christian Poulsen. Reportedly, the exec made clear at the show that...

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We noticed that the writeup for Leica's newly unveiled S2 made mention of a new Kodak sensor, but we'll leave it to Kodak to do the boasting. Sure enough, the outfit responsible for this atrocity has rolled out a few new image sensors at Photokina 2008, one of which -- the KAF-37500 -- proudly resid...

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We haven't heard much from Hasselblad lately, but whenever the high-end cameramaker does make a peep, it's usually pretty impressive -- like the new 50 megapixel H3DII-50 back it just announced. Building on the H3DII-39 back, the 50 features a 36 X 48mm Kodak sensor twice the size of other full-fr...

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We don't foresee too many tears being shed over this news, but the Hasselblad faithful will probably want to know that the tried and true H2 product line has been nixed. Not surprisingly, the company reported that "demand simply no longer justified the dedicated manufacturing line required for its...

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It can't be easy to improve upon a $37,000, 39 megapixel DSLR, but high-end camera manufacturer Hasselblad claims to have done just that with its H3DII-39MS, which adds a multi-shot feature (and $7,000) to the recently-announced H3DII-39 (pictured). Targeted at architectural and still-life photogra...

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Hasselblad may have already hit 39 megapixels more than a year ago, but that doesn't make the company's new H3D II DSLR any less impressive, which hits that same mark with a few other improvements. Those include a new 3-inch display, which promises both a clearer view of images and lower power con...

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If you thought you could just drop 25 grand on one of these upcoming Hasselblad H3D-31 numbers and have, like, the bestest camera evar, then think again. The H3D-31 makes a lot of sacrifices to arrive at image quality hotness -- and of course, 31 megapixels -- including the size, speed, weight, er...

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It's quite possible that Hasselblad is making this H3D revamp gig a yearly event, as just over one year since the 39-megapixel behemoth was loosed, now the firm is unveiling a slightly tamer, yet equally impressive 31-megapixel rendition. The H3D-31 ranks right up there with the RED camcorder in ter...

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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 viewf...

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