Combining the fundamental principles behind the classic Hasselblad cameras with cutting edge technology, modern production methods, and contemporary design, the Hasselblad V1D 4116 Concept Medium Format Camera is a 75-megapixel square format modular camera that can be individually configured to one’s needs. The top and back surfaces are able carry modules such as displays and viewfinders.
Key Features: Hasselblad V1D 4116 Concept Medium Format Camera
Inspired by the classic Hasselblad V Camera, Hasselblad’s engineers and designers created a modular concept with a 75-megapixel square format. The Hasselblad V1D 4116 Concept camera is a uniquely flexible platform that comes as a black box machined out of solid aluminium, allowing photographers to configure it to suit their own needs.
The back and top of the Hasselblad V1D 4116 Concept camera can carry modules that cover the surface, such as displays, viewfinder, and accessory holders. This allows the photographer to choose where to place the display, and even gives them the option of having 2 displays for added versatility. The left and right surfaces have round fixings for controls and grips.
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Left-handed photographers can also configure the camera perfectly for the needs, with the rotary dial controls for aperture and shutter speed placed on either the left or right hand side. With the V1D being completely modular, there are many ways to personalise it. The proportions have been carefully developed to find the perfect blend between modernism, and the classic Hasselblad silhouette.