With Hasselblad’s new H5D-50MS, users can capture super high-quality images. It’s not actually a 200 MP sensor in there, but the new camera uses the company’s multi-shot technology to combine 50 MP captures, to take “still-life studio photography to a mind-blowing moire-free 200 MP resolution to produce a quality that is hard to believe is possible.”
Hasselblad says that its patented symmetrical multi-shot frame accurately positions the sensor with a sub-micron accuracy using piezo-electrical actuators. It can capture 6 shots with the sensor positioned accurately at a sequence of quadrants of the pixel. The medium-format 43.8×32.9mm sensor can click 1.5 frames per second, though long exposures can last 12 minutes. The high dynamic range is 14 stops.