The 907X has the distinction of being the smallest medium format camera Hasselblad has ever created, measuring just over an inch thick, as well as the lightest, at 7 oz. Recalling the form of the famed 500-series V-system cameras, though, this simple camera body mainly serves as the interface between the V interface of the CFV II 50C digital back and the X-mount for working with XCD lenses or adapted lenses from other mounts.
In addition to capturing breathtaking still images, the CFV II 50C is also capable of capturing high resolution video, shooting at 2.7K (2720 x 1530) and HD (1920 x 1080), using the full sensor width in a 16:9 ratio. The video is recorded using an H.264 compressed codec at 29,97 fps, for up to 29 minutes, 59 seconds. A 3.5mm mini-phono input port allows the use of an external microphone while recording video.
- Using a V-system interface, this digital back can be used in conjunction with the included 907X camera body, with virtually any Hasselblad V system film camera from 1957 or later, or with technical and view cameras featuring a V-system mounting interface.
- Integrated 3.2" 2.4m-dot tilting LCD features a touchscreen design for intuitive control, menu navigation, and playback. The updated screen also has a fast 60 fps refresh rate for more fluid playback and the screen also supports autofocus point drag and drop placement and autofocus point size changes with pinch/spread finger movement. The screen's tilting design also reinforces a top-down viewing position, akin to working with an optical waist-level finder.