For amateur photographers like me, Hasselblad is a luxury luxury brand that has always been prepared for high-end experts.
In order to bridge the gap between casual and deliberate photographs, they released X1D. This is a compact, unmirrored media format. Last summer, when Stefan Etienne reviewed the new camera, I asked to take a picture.
After loading the raw file into Lightroom and flipping 12 presets, I was eating next year of ramen packet, so I joked that I could purchase this device. It was impressive.
XCD lens 3.5 / 30 mm
Last month, Hasselblad reviewed XCD 4/21 mm (the latest ultra wide angle lens) with X1D body and XCD 3.2 / 90 mm portrait lens for 2 weeks. I wanted to see what I could do with the kit and planned the following:
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- Travel somewhere in the magnificent landscape
My schedule did not take long, so the cabin weekend is enough.
Like everyday cameras
Weekend weekend was rather quiet and not calm, but because X1D is slow A. F was the best environment to test camera kits.
Each time the shutter is clicked it takes about 2 to 3 seconds processing time (slow focus, slow trigger, shortened battery life (about 90 shots)). fire). Instead of repeating Stephen's review, I recommend it here For full specifications,
Coming from Canon 5D Mark IV, I am accustomed to immediacy and satisfying success rate. On the first day of Hasselblad, the moment I missed was continually irritated and I missed the opportunity. It was not practical like everyday cameras …
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