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29

Hasselblad $99 Financing Special

Hasselblad $99 Financing Special
  Financing available - only $99 for the first 3 months!        Products  MSRP 3 Mos.  Then  36 Mos.  48 Mos.  60 Mos. X1D-50c Silver  $8,995 $99  Then $289 $229 $190  X1D-50c 4116 Special Edition Kit  $13,395 $99   Then $425  $335  $279  X1D-50c Field Kit Silver  $17,495 $99   Then $555  $435  $365   X1D-50c Field Kit Black   $19,495 $99   Then...
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NOV
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Hasselblad Launches ‘RENT A HASSELBLAD’

Hasselblad Launches ‘RENT A HASSELBLAD’
A new way to experience and take advantage of Hasselblad Medium Format Technology. ‘Rent a Hasselblad’ enables easier and on-demand access to Hasselblad medium format cameras and lenses for photography enthusiasts and professionals.   Hasselblad, the leading manufacturer of medium format cameras and lenses, is introducing the ‘Rent a Hasselblad’ service. The service has been created to allow photography enthusiasts and...
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NOV
03
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Hasselblad expands the XCD lens range to a total of nine lenses in 2018

Hasselblad updates the XCD lens roadmap for the award-winning X1D-50c with the XCD 135mm and the 80mm lenses, rapidly expanding the XCD lens range to a total of nine dedicated lenses. By end of 2018 X1D users will have a wide range of lens options to maximize their creative vision.   The XCD 135mm f/2.8 lens comes with a dedicated...
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NOV
01
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Hasselblad X1D-50c Sensor Review: Best commercially-available medium-format sensor

Hasselblad X1D-50c Sensor Review:
Best commercially-available medium-format sensor
Hasselblad X1D-50c Sensor Review: Best commercially-available medium-format sensor  X1D is now the highest scoring DxO camera on the market!   "Image quality on the Hasselblad X1D-50c is outstanding, crashing through the 100-point barrier to become the highest-scoring commercially-available sensor we’ve tested. At 102 points overall, it also achieves either the best, or very close to the best results for both colour...
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OCT
31
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Hasselblad releases new X1D and H6D firmware updates

Hasselblad releases new X1D and H6D firmware updates
Hasselblad is pleased to launch new and improved 1.19 firmware updates for the X and H systems. Hasselblad is committed to constantly advancing and adapting the user experience and the updates aim to streamline the X and H systems and enable maximum creativity. The X1D is now even more user friendly and customizable with a new function to use the rear...
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JUL
14
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Quick Looks from Pro Solutions Tour!

150626_HBI_PST_MI-18-EditA quick glimpse of some amazing images from our Pro Solutions Tour stop in Miami at the awesome One Source Studios! We rocked a broncolor Para 222 setup with a Scoro 3200S. The quality of light from the Para is so unique in producing light that provides both large coverage and punchy contrast. Because of the size of the Para 222,...
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NOV
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Lane Swainston

_K2W1153 Lane Swainston was born in Southern Nevada and currently resides there.  His father began teaching Lane about photography at age 12.  At that time Lane used his father’s Rolleicord medium format camera for landscape and nature photography.  At age 17 Lane started experimenting with night photography during his first year attending Brigham Young University.  In 1977 Lane served as the...
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OCT
13
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‘With the new high ISO CFV-50c back I can use my V System Hasselblad once again for photojournalism.’

arne_banner   ‘With the new high ISO CFV-50c back I can use my V System Hasselblad once again for photojournalism.’ Hamburg-based photographer Arne Weychardt has used Hasselblad cameras all his working life, and particularly appreciates classic V System models. Now the launch of the new CMOS CFV-50c is enabling him to shoot at ISO speeds he could once only dream about…\...
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JUN
02
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Hasselblad H5D-50C - CMOS sensor magic!

H5D-50C_1 Hasselblad H5D-50C w/HC 35mm f/3.5 at f/11, ISO 800, 1 sec We recently had an intro event for the new CMOS sensor equipped Hasselblad H5D-50C and I had a chance to do some side by side tests with the previous CCD equipped model. The new CMOS 1.3x crop 645 medium format sensor used in the H5D-50C is actually made by...
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MAY
05
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Online Magazine Full Issue: Pro Photo West - Spring 2014

pro-photo-west-cover Issue Description: Welcome to the new look of Pro Photo West, the exclusive PPC Magazine publication brought to you by the Professional Photographers of California. In this issue read about: - internationally acclaimed photographer Martin Häusler and his secret to success - the Pro Photo Expo Conference program - West Coast School of Photography instructors and programs - a first...
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MAR
06
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Featuring: Thomas Morel "High Speed Hasselblad"

While the Hasselblad might not be an obvious action camera the design of its in-the-lens shutter makes it perfect for pairing with high-speed flash, and it's the logical tool of choice for photographer Thomas Morel. If you're thinking of photographing high-speed action, then it's likely you would reach for a 35mm-style DSLR as your camera of choice. However, the minute that...
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SEP
19
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Shoot NYC is back! October 24th and 25th

https://vimeo.com/71836432 Save the date! Shoot NYC is October 24-25 La Venue  •  608 West 28th St.  •  New York, NY 10001 Thursday: 10:00AM to 7:00PM • Friday: 10:00AM to 8:00PM Originally established in 2008, Shoot NYC has spread internationally (Shoot LDN, Shoot Paris, Shoot A'Dam). Shoot NYC is an exciting and informative forum based on the premise of building a photographic community. In...
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Free Piano...I’d must test with you here. Which isn’t something I often do! I get pleasure from studying a put up that will make p... Read More
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AUG
06
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Fabian Rodrigues: A Reflection of the Skateboarding Movement

SELF-65 Fabiano Rodrigues was born in Santos, São Paulo, 1974. He approached photography through skateboarding, first appearing in photographs as a professional skateboarder, while performing maneuvers throughout Brazil and Europe.
 The interest in composition, in motion capture and architecture, propelled him to photograph other skaters in the city, so as to be recognized both as a photographer and as a skater....
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JUL
16
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Photographer Profile: Peter Dawson

_MG_5218_900“Trust my instincts and creative voice, and keep it simple, positive and joyful.”   When asked about the start of his career, Peter Dawson states: "I was the designated family road trip photographer starting at around grade 4. My father handed me his manual Ricoh and showed me how to focus and read the internal light meter and I took it...
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FEB
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Caesar Lima "Steampunks" Papercut Magazine

24497806168c41e2a092878bbe916b07 Steampunk – a word describing steam-powered machinery, western fantasy, rebellion in a quasi-Victorian world and a subculture where antique meets contemporary, is the focal point of this collection. Award-winning fashion photographer Caesar Lima’s “Viva la Revolución!” photo ensemble for Papercut Magazine turned many heads. The model clads mad scientist glasses, a metal headpiece,  provocative black gloves that reach the elbows,...
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NOV
13
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Shoot NYC Recap

A packed house at Michael Grecco's Lighting and the Dramatic Portrait seminar. Photo by Mike Hill. Hasselblad and broncolor wrapped up another Shoot NYC event at La Venue on October 25 and 26, 2012. Shoot NYC has become a photography staple, a place where people can network, educate themselves on photographic tools, and foster a community with their fellow photographers....
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OCT
05
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Shoot NYC is back, October 25 and 26

We are three weeks away from another Shoot NYC event! Oct 25-26, from 10 AM to 8 PM, industry leaders Hasselblad and broncolor will host the event that brought 2,000 people to NYC last year (and four consecutive years) to the historic Terminal building. This year, some of your favorite speakers are back, alongside some new faces. The event, originally...
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Too bad I will be missing this, maybe next year...
Monday, 22 October 2012 10:10 PM
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SEP
25
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Photokina 2012 Recap

Photokina 2012 in Cologne, Germany, finished last Sunday. The world's leading imaging fair hosted the biggest names in the photo industry, and Hasselblad, broncolor, Sunbounce, Sun-Sniper, Kobold, Visatec and FOBA were on hand to announce their innovative new products. 185,000 visitors from around the globe came to Photokina this year, marking it as one of the biggest years in history. Big...
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AUG
28
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On Location with Bryce Pincham: Hasselblad H Series excels in the world's worst recorded weather conditions

  Photo courtesy of Bryce Pincham His landscape portraits capture the beauty of desolation. Each photo seems to be a part of a dream sequence, and after every image, you’re woken up and then simultaneously fall into a REM of the next enthralling dream sequence. But getting to capture images of sublime areas of the world is just a perk; the...
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Guest — Mark Kalan
Hasselblad H series film or digital or film with another brand digital back?
Tuesday, 28 August 2012 12:12 PM
Guest — Melanie Moore
Congratulations on the wonderful article Bryce, the Moore Clan is very proud of you!!!!!!
Wednesday, 29 August 2012 8:08 AM
Guest — Don Stolley
Electronic shutters are nice. Back when I used to shoot Ariens snowblowers in Northern Wisconsin, we had to keep a small cooler w... Read More
Tuesday, 04 September 2012 2:02 PM
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JUL
10
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Photographer's Profile: Catherine Asanov

Photo courtesy of Catherine Asanov How did you become a photographer? Describe your career development. Becoming a photographer was part of the becoming an artist process to me. I placed myself in a box, and painted the walls different colors, then opened the box to let the air in.  When I was growing up in Moscow, my mother constantly surrounded...
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