The Hasselblad 907X 50C is a medium format camera system that is both distinctively modular and combines design aspects from the company’s earlier film cameras with the cutting-edge image capabilities of its more recent digital offerings. The CFV II 50C digital back and the 907X camera body, which are matched to one another and function together as a separate and adaptable camera system, make up the platform that is known as the 907X 50C.

The Hasselblad 907X holds the distinction of being the thinnest and lightest medium format camera that the company has ever produced. It is little more than an inch in thickness and weighs only seven ounces. Although it has a design that is reminiscent of the well-known 500-series V-system cameras, this straightforward camera body’s primary function is to act as an interface between the V interface of the CFV II 50C digital back and the X-mount, allowing it to work with XCD lenses as well as lenses adapted from other mounts. It also has a design that is reminiscent of the 500-series V-system cameras.

The CFV II 50C is an upgraded and improved digital back that comes equipped with a traditional V-system interface. It may be used with the 907X that is included in the package, in addition to nearly any other Hasselblad V camera manufactured after 1957. This digital back was developed with the traditional A12 and A16 film backs in mind. It has been outfitted with a wide range of digital capabilities, revolving around a 43.8 x 32.9mm 50MP CMOS sensor, which produces high-resolution imagery with a wide 14-stop dynamic range, 16-bit color depth, and an ISO 100-25600 sensitivity range. The design of this digital back was inspired by the A12 and A16 film backs.

This sensor also makes use of Hasselblad’s Natural Color Solution, which provides color tones that are realistic and aesthetically beautiful, resulting in excellent consistency and seamless tonal transitions. Recalling the sensation of working with a waist-level finder, the back of the design also contains a rear 3.2″ 2.4m-dot tilting touchscreen LCD. Additionally, it now holds the rechargeable lithium-ion battery within for a slimmer overall profile. In addition, the built-in Wi-Fi enables wireless file sharing and remote control of the Phocus Mobile 2 through a remote control device.

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