The H6D-400C has been announced as an addition to the corporate’s H6D medium format digicam collection. The H6D-400C system contains a 100 megapixel CMOS sensor with dimensions 53.4x40mm. To achieve the total 400-megapixel decision, the H6D-400c camera depends on what Hasselblad calls Multi-Shot know-how. The Multi-Shot mode is able to capturing 6 pictures. Within the first 4, the sensor is moved one pixel at a time to get actual color information. Following this, the cycle returns the sensor to the start. Then the sensor is moved by half a pixel horizontally after which half a pixel vertically to get two extra exposures. All of the 6 pictures are then merged by the digicam to get a 400-megapixel picture. The merged picture types a 2.4GB, 16-bit TIFF file at 23,200×17,400 pixels. The corporate claims the resultant picture has “an astonishing moire free degree of element.”
There are specific limitations to the digicam, because it must be tethered by way of USB to a pc with a purpose to use the multi-shot performance. For pictures that don’t require to make use of the total 400-megapixel decision the H6D-400c MS additionally has a 100-megapixel possibility. The pictures could be captured in a single shot and even utilizing the identical Multi-Shot know-how however solely with 4 exposures as a substitute of six.
Others specifications of the digicam embrace twin media card slots (CFast 2.0 and SD card), a three-inch touchscreen show on the rear, Hasselblad’s True Focus II autofocus know-how, as much as a 60-minute shutter pace, USB Kind-C port, Wi-Fi, HDMI, and audio enter. The H6D-400 has a local ISO vary of 64 to 12,800 and may document Full HD and 4K UHD RAW video at as much as 25 fps.
Curiously, customers who don’t wish to fork out such an enormous sum of money for the digicam may also hire it each day. Other than the pricing talked about, the hire price is EUR 399 (roughly Rs. 23,400) per day.