Hasselblad X1D II 50C Medium Format Mirrorless Camera

BH #HAX1D50C2 • MFR #CP.HB.00000421.01
Hasselblad X1D II 50C Medium Format Mirrorless Camera
Key Features
  • 50MP 43.8 x 32.9mm CMOS Sensor
  • 16-Bit Color, 14-Stop Dynamic Range
  • Hasselblad Natural Color Solution
  • 0.87x 3.69m-Dot Electronic Viewfinder
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Continuing to take medium format out of the studio, the Hasselblad X1D II 50C is a sleek and exceptionally capable mirrorless camera, characterized by its thoughtful design and powerful imaging capabilities. This second-generation X System camera shows a revised and enhanced feature-set designed to quicken performance and make overall operation even more intuitive and streamlined. At the core of the X1D II remains the large 43.8 x 32.9mm 50MP CMOS sensor, which yields high-resolution imagery with a wide 14-stop dynamic range, 16-bit color depth, and an ISO 100-25600 sensitivity range. This sensor utilizes Hasselblad's Natural Color Solution, too, which delivers realistic, pleasing color tones for great consistency and smooth tonal transitions. An updated electronic platform also enables a faster 2.7 fps continuous shooting rate as well as a faster startup time, reduced shutter lag and blackout times, and more responsive autofocus performance.
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Will this camera meter with V lenses and is there ...

Will this camera meter with V lenses and is there a histogram while using Live View?
Asked by: Erick
The camera can meter with those lenses. There is no Histogram in live view. A Histogram can only be viewed when reviewing images.
Answered by: Yaakov
Date published: 2021-06-17

Does the X1D II feature exposure and focus ...

Does the X1D II feature exposure and focus bracketing?
Asked by: James
Hasselblad X1D II 50C Medium Format Mirrorless Camera features both exposure and focus bracketing.
Answered by: Lawrence
Date published: 2021-05-24

Whats the shutter life expectancy?

Whats the shutter life expectancy?
Asked by: Keshav
This camera has only an electronic shutter, with a life expectancy much longer than a mechanical shutter--there is no estimated life for this electronic shutter.
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2021-05-24

How bad is the 'rolling shutter' issue while ...

How bad is the 'rolling shutter' issue while using the electronic shutter ? (gotta use electronic because I want to use my V system lenses). Thank you for your thoughts.
Asked by: Wallace
The 300ms it takes the sensor to read from top to bottom could have an impact on the way moving subjects are recorded, and might lead to banding under flickering light sources when using the electronic shutter.
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2021-05-11

Can you use a flash Sync Cord from a Flash to a ...

Can you use a flash Sync Cord from a Flash to a X1D II or is the hot shoe the only place to Sync a flash?
Asked by: William
Unfortunately, the hotshoe is the only means of flash sync.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-03-03

Does the X1D II 50C have image stabilization?

Does the X1D II 50C have image stabilization?
Asked by: Dan
It does not have nuilt in Image Stabilization.
Answered by: Luis L
Date published: 2020-12-22

I notice they offer adapters for Nikon and Canon ...

I notice they offer adapters for Nikon and Canon lenses. Will these lenses create vignetting with the larger sensor ? Also, will they focus all the way to infinity ?
Asked by: Brian
I haven't had focus-to-infinity problems and wouldn't expect them. There's a list of Nikon F lenses that don't vignette too much on Ming Thein's blog, "E-shutter firmware for the Hasselblad X1D." Some do and some don't. He also has an article on M mount lenses which may be a better choice than Nikon on the short end because they're smaller. As others have said the electronic shutter has a massive rolling effect, but it does read at full 14 bits and is silent.
Answered by: Miles
Date published: 2020-11-29

I love the 100mm f/2.2 lens, can I use it with ...

I love the 100mm f/2.2 lens, can I use it with this camera?
Asked by: Martin
Unlike the XV adapter, the XH adapter has contacts and will focus most H lenses (except very old ones), update firmware, apply corrections, etc., but the following are not working: - XH adapter + HV adapter. There's no way to use the shutter in V lenses with X1D. You have to use the XV adapter and the electronic shutter. - lens corrections on HTS. Phocus's corrections for distortion and vignetting aware of tilt-shift only work on H series. The tilt-shift adapter itself will work, though. - focus stacking. The calibrations to do perfectly-spaced focus stacking aware of circle-of-confusion only work with XCD lenses. - True Focus. The X1D doesn't have this feature, so all the work done to calibrate the focal planes and focus shift of H lenses is wasted. I also have the HC 1,9/100, and overall it's a good experience on X1D.
Answered by: Miles
Date published: 2020-11-29
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