The Hasselblad X2D 100C is Hasselblad’s flagship digital medium format mirrorless camera. It features a 100MP sensor, native 16-bit color, 15-stop dynamic range, 7-stop in-body image stabilization, and 1TB of internal storage.
Encased in a dark gray aluminum alloy case, the X2D features a 100-megapixel ISO 64 medium format back-side illuminated (BSI) CMOS sensor and is capable of capturing over 281 trillion colors with a 16-bit color depth.
The 15-stop dynamic range allows for subtle color gradations. It also comes with 294 Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF) zones spread across its 100MP sensor, an upgrade to the contrast detection system of earlier models.
The 5.76-million-dot OLED electronic viewfinder on the X2D has a magnification of up to 1.0x and supports electric refractive error correction for focus checking. It also has a new 1.08-inch top display that shows the status and shooting information, and the 3.6-inch touch and tilt display supports a 2.36-million-dot resolution.
The X2D sports a 5-axis 7-stop in-body image stabilization system for crisper handheld photography. According to Hasselblad, the X2D 100C has the most compact medium format IBIS solution on the market.
For storage, the X2D 100C has a built-in 1T SSD, a first time in a medium format camera, with a write speed up to 2370MB/s and a read speed up to 2850MB/s. If that’s not enough, the camera also has a CFexpress Type B card slot.
The Hasselblad X2D 100C is available with an $8,199 price tag.