Ah, the old argument of film vs. digital that no one really makes anymore. If you’ve got an old medium-format camera dating back to the hits of Elvis (or 1957), get ready to roll it like digital with the CFV-50c. Just attach Hasselblad’s gadget onto your camera as you would an old school film magazine and start shooting high-speed, 21st century style. Notable attributes include a high-performance 50-megapixel CMOS sensor, an ISO range of 100-6,400, shooting speed of 1.5 frames per second with maximum exposure time of 12 minutes, video in Phocus options and basically all the trimmings of a modern sharp shooter. Release date still unannounced, but given the Swedish company’s well known quality (and cost), the Hasselblad CFV-50c will probably run you about $15G’s. More info on the Hasselblad site.

More views of the Hasselblad CFV-50c after the Jump…

 

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