The most expensive camera in the world
Hasselblad H4D 200MS is the top model of the camera from one of the best manufacturers in the world. The camera has an amazing resolution of 200 million pixels, allowing you to take amazing photos. A true technological breakthrough in this model is a sensor that is ideally positioned with piezoelectric activators. The camera can take pictures up to 200 megapixels, perfectly reproducing all colors with the absence of any noise.
The price of the camera is $ 45,000.
The stunning resolution of the Hasselblad H4D-200MS provides unprecedented detail for both subject and studio shooting. Hasselblad H4D-200MS is the ultimate tool for any photographic task that requires an absolute level of detail – from demanding car shoots to high-tech brand photography and museum reproductions. Images taken from the H4D-200MS guarantee true colors and no moire directly from the camera and an amazing degree of detail.
The H4D-200MS is not just a specialized camera, it also includes all the features of the H4D-50 and H4D-50MS – True Focus, Ultra Focus, digital lens correction plus a number of other specialized H4D technologies that make it unsurpassed a digital system that combines three separate capture and image processing modes: Normal single-frame shooting with a resolution of 50 MPix. Four-time multi-shot for enhanced detail on still images. Six-time multi-shot with image acquisition in 200Mpix, which provides ultra high resolution when shooting stationary objects. Thanks to the presence of three different modes, the digital system is capable of not only shooting stationary objects with unimaginable resolution, but also working simply with your hands in normal conditions or outdoors, creating full-fledged medium-format digital images. And that’s not all.
With the release of the H4D-200MS, Hasselblad once again raises the bar when it comes to high-resolution imaging. The H4D-200MS digital system is based on the technological success of the H4D-50MS system, which uses our own multi-image capture technology. Proper application of these innovative technologies and provides a full resolution of 200 megapixels for your subject and studio photography. The H4D-200MS digital system uses a 50Mpix sensor mounted on a Hasselblad patented symmetrical multi-frame, which super accurately positions the digital sensor using piezoelectric actuators. At the time of shooting, the camera captures 6 different frames, by shifting the sensor by 1 and 1.5 pixels, thereby physically forming an image in 200Mpix. Moreover, this process also eliminates the problems that often arise with a single interpolation of the frame, such as moire and color rendering problems, which are solved by separately capturing each of the three color channels – red, green and blue and then combining the information in the resulting file. The stunning detailing of such a picture opens up new creative and commercial doors for any kind of shooting, where detailing and resolution are especially important – from staged filming of cars to museum reproductions. In addition to a resolution of 200Mpix, this multi-shot provides complete color reproduction and lack of moire with unrivaled image detail.
The more digital photography pushes the boundaries of the image, the more obvious the advantages of larger cameras. The Hasselblad H4D-200MS is equipped with one of the largest digital image sensors to date, the physical size of which is more than double the size of the 35 mm camera sensor. Such a sensor consists of a much larger number of pixels, providing the highest possible image quality with no moire, without loss of color rendition on contrasting illuminated surfaces. The H4D-200M digital system is equipped with Ultra-Focus motors, which makes it possible to use the full potential of the Hasselblad H line of lenses to achieve significantly less depth of field, making any creative idea a lot easier.
In addition, our proprietary Digital Lens Correction (DAC) technology works in conjunction with Hasselblad Phocus software to automatically remove any chromatic aberration, distortion, and vignetting. All 11 lenses of the Hasselblad H System line are central shutter lenses, which allows you to synchronize the camera with the flash at shutter speeds up to 1 / 800s and reduce possible camera vibration. The new HCD 28mm and 35-90mm lenses were specially optimized for digital sensors with a physical size of 36 x 48mm, and this made them more compact and ideal for shooting with ultra high resolution.