Burbank, CA—The Hasselblad X2D 100C Lightweight Field Kit includes the latest generation of Hasselblad’s mirrorless medium-format cameras, the flagship X2D 100C, and the XCD 4/21 and XCD 4/45P lenses.
Overall, the kit weighs less than 4 pounds. Consequently, it is easy to carry during long shoots or hikes to hard-to-reach places, as well as store away.
Both the XCD 4/21 and XCD 4/45P lenses feature optics that fully unleash the potential of the X2D 100C’s 100 megapixels. Moreover, they support the Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution (HNCS) to retain true-to-life colors.
In addition, the pair of ultrawide-angle lenses with 17mm and 36mm full-frame equivalencies cover most travel scenarios. These scenarios range from landscape and architecture to documentary, street and still-life photography.
Hasselblad X2D 100C Lightweight Field Kit
Hasselblad X2D 100C
A merging of form and function, the X2D 100C is Hasselblad’s flagship mirrorless medium-format camera. The camera integrates a 100-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor; 5-axis, 7-stop in-body image stabilization (IBIS); a PDAF system; and a 1TB SSD. Furthermore, it is shaped from a single solid block of aluminum alloy. Scandinavian made, the X2D 100C boasts a craftsman’s touch.
Hasselblad XCD 4/21
As part of the X system lens range, the XCD 4/21 is the widest lens Hasselblad has ever produced. What’s more, it takes advantage of an extremely short focal length to provide 17mm full-frame equivalency.
Like the other XCD lenses, the XCD 4/21 has an integral central shutter offering a range of shutter speeds. It also provides full flash synchronization at up to 1/2000th of a second.
Weighing 22.2 ounces, the lens incorporates two aspherical elements and features thirteen elements in nine groups. In addition, a widely used 77mm filter diameter connects the XCD 4/21 to UV/CPL/ND filters.
Hasselblad XCD 4/45P
The XCD 4/45P stands as the lightest, smallest member of the XCD lens family. At 1.9 inches in length and weighing 11.3 ounces, its 36mm full-frame equivalency makes the lens an option for travel, exploration and documentary photography.
The lens features nine elements in seven groups, including two aspherical elements. A precision-crafted leaf shutter system is discreet and quick. It also allows for full flash synchronization at up to 1/2000th of a second for in-studio and documentary photography.
The XCD 4/45P has a minimum focus distance of 13.8 inches and a maximum image scale of 1:5.2. As a result, it is a solution for food and still-life photography.
The Hasselblad X2D 100C Lightweight Field Kit has a suggested retail price of $12,759.