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Hasselblad X1D : Specifications and Opinions




Hasselblad X1D, front

Hasselblad X1D, back

Hasselblad X1D, top



The Hasselblad X1D is a mirrorless camera with Medio Formato sensor and 50 megapixels manufactured from 2016 to 2019 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 25600 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 2.3 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 8314 €;
14 users have given it an average vote of 7.9 out of 10


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 Sensor
 Format   Medium format, 44 x 33 mm (image ratio 4:3, crop factor 0.8x in comparison with FF)
 Resolution   50 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   100 - 25600
 File formats   JPEG, RAW, TIFF

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   60" - 1/2000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 5 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   M, S, A, P
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Features
 Mount   Hasselblad X (click here to view al compatible lenses)
 Stabilization   No
 Continuos shooting (with autofocus)   2.3 FPS
 Continuos shooting (without autofocus)   2.3 FPS
 Live View   Yes
 Dust reduction   No
 Video mode   1920x1080p @ 30 FPS
 WiFi   Yes
 GPS   Yes
 USB   USB-C (USB 3.0)
 USB Charging   No

 Built and notes
 Touchscreen   Yes
 LCD   3.0", 640 x 480 pixels, fixed
 Viewfinder   Electronic, coverage 100%, x
 Viewfinder resolution   1024 x 768 px
 Flash   No
 Storage   SD, SDHC, SDXC (UHS-I)
 Storage, Slot 2   SD, SDHC, SDXC (UHS-I)
 Shutter   Mechanical and electronic
 Battery   Li-Ion (Hasselblad H-3054752, capacity 23.00 Wh)
 Weather sealing   Yes
 Weight   725 g
 Dimensions   150 x 98 x 71 mm
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avatarjunior
sent on September 18, 2017

Pros: A sober shape falls in his hand perfectly, without frills, with unnecessary buttons; intuitive for the essence, a file that reveals a great deal of quantity and quality of information ... color gamut and latitude.rn the naturalness of the handle and after getting confident, in use. Great yield to high ISO and shutter speed sufficient to be able to do almost everything.

Cons: First of all the price ... that confirms the accessibility (purchase) to professional photographers; low energy autonomy; it warms up in the middle low even by programming the LCD to stay on for 10 seconds after use, surely the sensor puts the zampino ... it is always on.

Opinion: I had the opportunity to use it for a day and a half and the approach I had was to imagine my Leica M10 just a little bigger; to increase the responsiveness I experienced by deactivating for some photos the auto focus (very precise in the MF no difficulty in scenes even illumined), not that it is slow to be a mirror but because I prefer to decide where to focus and in some cases setting the field of fire (confusing circle), to capture sudden and unlikely scenes to capture with AF; I found the accuracy of the latter even though with the updated firmware I could not test the various combinations. For the type of photo I do 1/2000 is more than enough ... with the average analog format I go from a max of 1/500 to a max of 1/1000 and that's enough. High ISO yield is great and files are very workable in pp, although in most cases pp is useless. RnThe choice and the solutions adopted for the touch screen arefast and intuitive icons that speed up the process. Use only in high-performance RAW mode and the micro wait times almost no longer occur. Personally, I'm not a problem, but ... I appreciated it very much, after half an hour from taking charge without anyone explaining the operation, the functions and the use of the buttons, I have to say I did not have any difficulty . The two buttons on the top, the left of the shutter button and the two close to the eyeball after a bit of training and "digital" programming (connecting the brain to the fingers) are comfortable and usable without disconnecting the eye from the eyeball. rnDo buy, it was not for the price ... forbidden now to us common mortals. ;-)

avatarjunior
sent on May 09, 2017

Pros: Ergonomics and therefore ease of use, quality of product files that are not problematic in pp. Color gamut obviously better than the FF..and thanks to this a greater sense of depth! RnA difference from previous review does not confirm, in the sense Which is not true that the monitor is always on, you can still turn it on and off.rn Electronic shutter with flash sync 1/2000 in full power.

Cons: 1. Time 1/2000. EDIT: Equal with point 1. The fact that there is only one point of af ... exactly as you want, but it is highly limiting.rn2. I do not work with photography so I have no chance to invest in my purchase but if he had given me all the potential my two flippers would offer I would sell them both making an effort to buy it ... read at least 1/4000 of secrn3 . Dead time of operation between one shot and the other slightly elevated.

Opinion: Absolutely very interesting, it has a small limit of only 60 seconds - 1/2000 (which is the same as the bigger MFs), it makes me think it has been calibrated to give the most in low light. Rn For the rest I can tell you that it can compensate for +/- 5 stops, I did not think to test the autofocus in dark corners to test its precision, to avoid mistakes with a car I did not know I only used the switchboard and then re-assembled .. Consider it, however, that they are kept wide by not building too bright lenses! RnThe top has comfortable buttons that run the Auto Focus white balance and iso .... the touch screen is fluid, but I did not use it almost ... to show the shots to the iPhone models: ). Rn As far as pp the file is heavy, but in the finer detail it seems top the d800 a disadvantage in pp for the latter (skin hair etc.) ... elaborating the file of the hasselblad was not at all stressful..in this First click I add that I have itI got raw in the raw room and in ps I just removed some small imperfections and lightened a few eyes ... I did not add any contrast masks to anything! RnErgonomic optimum, the electronic viewfinder is absolutely superior to that of the sony 7rII. I noticed a dead time, a few seconds, between the shot and the moment the room was again operational for the next shot! (EDIT: after reading the hd blog review I understand why ... in my trial it was Set in raw + jpg.) RnAll things that could affect hot contact are compatible with flash and other nikon accessories. In order to be an innovative machine in the field of medium format the work has been there and you see .... in my opinion is the right path and if well developed it will have a basin of nutritious users ... I hope not limit the next versions in favor Of the biggest ... selling 100 (X1DmkII) would definitely be more profitable than selling a h6d every now and then! RnThe purchase ... maybe I should try it a bit more to give an answer accUrinated after experiencing the autofocus and the tall iso! RnIt's a small ff in my hands is a nice feeling ... I imagine a big advantage over other mfs that are mastodontic, weighed and obliged to almost study and connect to PCs and more! RnFowa also had flashes if I did not mistake bronze with integrated battery that perfectly fit their hasselblad trigger and worked with my d800, but I could not test them with hasselblad because another photographer did not leave it anymore. .. I had to settle for a shaded space with midday light! RnIt seemed like a machine that lends itself well to making creative photography in a hurry .. I guess it is not for action.rn For those who want to deepen I leave a detailed test, with which I agree in full! http://altadefinizione.hdblog.it/2017/04/12/hasselblad-x1d-fotografia-strada/

avatarsenior
sent on December 18, 2016

Pros: the truly outstanding quality of the. High ISO really good. Ergonomics and very exciting style.

Cons: Many, too many ... all unjustified price for so little.

Opinion: Hasselblad X1D that egregious delusion ... I tried it far and wide because it was my intention to buy it but ..... rnrnInizio first of all the positive aspects, that is a really excellent files in all respects; resolution, cleaning, detail, dynamic range and malleabilità.rnSotto the appearance of image quality no objection; the camera returns highly workable files and already beautiful in naturale.rnrnGli downsides however are so many and nothing short of unacceptable; I tried to justify saying that must be for a specific use camera but I could not place it in any studio environment fotografico.rnIn certainly no let alone around passeggiate.rnrnSe the size and portability of this medium mirrorless format should be the its strength, the fact that the screen remains active and not disconnectable ALWAYS makes the exorbitant battery consumption, so that after 150 shots battery was in reserve ... so for a stroll camera turned on as with any fuji succeed you can forget... With Reflex comparison is not even to be taken into considerazione.rnrnUn single point AF ... absurd that a Mirrorless has one single focus point ... I can figure it out on a LEICA optical viewfinder but on a mirrorless is something aberrante.rnIl point AF is really huge in the frame and in the portraits or landscapes makes it impossible to accurately MAF on a particular detail .... for a classic half-length, the AF point takes two eyes and nose ... . assurdo.rnrnOra I can also be disputed that it is an essential machine and intended only for a certain kind of purist use but in 2016, compared to 10,000 Euros I expect a body that make me pure coffee ... pay twice a high-end SLR to have less than half is just a stylistic choice and fashionable to extort money at what idiot who may fall ... as was the Leica Monochrome who are now all in the viewfinder dell'usato.rnrnQualità market electronic and the really bad screen; not even hold a light range such as Fuji X100T ... really deludentand their coloration which tends strongly to the green ... unacceptable to me .... as they say in Milan caxxo PAGO, FIXA DEMAND :-) rnrnAltro large mole, not essential but certainly annoying every time you think of the money spent, it is the fact that the camera in the file view does not indicate the excess of the highlights as any other existing camera on the market. It is not essential but if you evaluate the spending addressed, well it is pretende.rnrnI JPG are virtually unusable in mixed or variable lighting situations as there is at all a balancing mode AUTOMATIC ... everything manually, you need to select the source of light and, in case changes, your JPG's left ruined. This, too, I consider it really insulto.rnrnSistema AF really slow and very often does not reach the MAF ... you must release the button and riprovare.rnProvo to make me fit the single AF point but if that works evil, then someone has only played on "commercial" factor of the first mirrorless license plate Hasselblad.rnrnIl menu is really ridiculous; functionsThey are really basic, so what the hell need a quick menu facade? I swear, there will be yes and no 5 possible settings to customize your camera ... however the ones that changes once boh.rnrnOra ... I could go on for a whole day to describe the defects; I do not discuss the cost, if you talk about Leica or Hasselblad, the price should not be even considered regardless, it's like to want a Rolls Royce, but all you need to achieve a photographic purpose there must essere.rnStiamo talking about a camera that costs as a car ... if you put two lenses as i've had you arrive early to 22.000 euro between body, 45mm and 90mm, however, even f / 2.8 but f / 3,5.rnrnIn substance? just a rip-off camera for those who want to show around that has a Hasselblad ... but then better to aim a series H that at least over time can be updated by changing the back and has a myriad of optical proprie.rnrnCara Hasselblad this time I've really so disappointed, so, tanto.rnGrande home in the digital backs but in mirrorless ... light years away.

avatarjunior
sent on November 27, 2016

Pros: Essential, lightweight, small size, Wi-Fi and GPS built, new dedicated optics XCD and ability to mount with adapter also for the H System lenses, good range ISO 100-25600, touchscreen menu similar to those of smartphones, Sony CMOS sensor already tested with Pentax 645Z and Phase One IQ3

Cons: Maximum shutter speed 2.3 photos per second not suitable for those who make sports photos, the LCD display from which I expected a bit more, as well as for the electronic viewfinder XGA (perhaps those coming from the optical viewfinder is a little hard ... but then it is the spirit of mirrorless ...)

Opinion: Depends as much on the personal photographic needs, the investment is important but the whole system is made with the utmost care and quality construction. Hasselblad we speak ...! Shoot with a 50 megapixel medium format is a different philosophy ... made by professionals and creative! For the amenities it brings with it, this car looks to the future with courage ..!

Photos taken with Hasselblad X1D

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