Hasselblad has introduced the 907X & CFV 100C, a fusion of modular design and advanced technologies that offer three distinctly different photographic abilities.
This camera doesn’t support any type of video capture, but I thought it was an interesting camera that some of our readers may be interested in.
Building on its iconic design, the 907X & CFV 100C has been upgraded with a new 100-megapixel back-illuminated sensor, doubling the resolution of its predecessor, the 907X & CFV II 50C.
- 907X Camera and CFV 100C Digital Back
- 100MP 43.8 x 32.9mm BSI CMOS Sensor
- 16-Bit Color, 15-Stop Dynamic Range
- Hasselblad Natural Color Solution
- 294-Point Phase Detection Autofocus
- 3.2″ 2.36m-Dot Rear Touchscreen LCD
- ISO 64-25600
- Internal 1TB SSD Memory
- CFexpress Type B Memory Card Slot
- Wi-Fi and USB-C 3.1 Gen 2 Connectivity
907X Camera Body
The 907X & CFV 100C combine to create a small and powerful medium format camera. This combination is compatible with all XCD, HC/HCD, and Xpan lenses.
The camera features a 100MP 43.8 x 32.9mm BSI CMOS Sensor.
Hasselblad V System Film Cameras
The CFV 100C breathes new life into Hasselblad V System cameras, such as the 500 and 200 series. Photographers can use their film camera with the CFV 100C sensor to produce the same picture quality of the digital age while also providing the unique experience of shooting at waist level.
With the CFV 100C, technical film cameras will reap the benefits of the 100-megapixel sensor. The 3.2-inch touchscreen display and 2.36 million resolution provides photographers with an easy-to-use experience and a cost-effective digital solution for a technical camera.
The 907X & CFV 100C feature a classic design, with a waist-level viewfinder, leather-like coverage, and a chrome frame. The viewfinder can be tilted upward from 40 to 90 degrees to provide photographers with a range of perspectives.
Color & DR
According Hasselblad, the CFV 100C, combined with the Natural Colour Solution (HNCS), ensures colors are captured with unparalleled accuracy, reproducing scenes just as the human eye perceives them. You can capture images in both JPG or RAW format. With a 16-bit colour depth, the CFV 100C can capture 281 trillion colors. The CFV 100C also features an ISO sensitivity as low as 64. It has a claimed dynamic range of 15-stops.
Autofocus & Face Detection
The 907X & CFV 100C feature Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF) with 294 zones spread over the 100-megapixel sensor surface. There’s also face detection capabilities.
The CFV 100C features 1TB of built-in storage, which according to HASSELBLAD, makes it the marking first modular camera with built-in storage capabilities. The 1TB of built-in storage space allows users to store up to 4600 RAW images directly on the camera. The 1TB SSD has claimed write speeds of up to 2370MB/s and read speeds of up to 2850MB/s.
Along with the 1TB of built-in storage it also has a CFexpress Type B card slot. Now, for some reason, only a max storage capacity of 512GB is supported.
Weight & Size
The 907X & CFV 100C weigh 120g less than the 907X & CFV 50C, making it lightest, smallest and high-resolution medium format camera in the industry.
You can link the 907X & CFV 100C with an iPad or iPhone via built-in Wi-Fi to transmit full-size JPG/RAW images using Phocus Mobile 2. This allows editing and output of high-quality RAW images that fully utilize the abilities of HNCS.
The camera doesn’t have any HDMI output.
Price & Availability
The Hasselblad 907X & CFV 100C is now available to order for USD $8,199 USD.