After getting an initial look this summer, Hasselblad returns to officially introduce the world’s first mirrorless camera built with a medium format sensor, the X1D. In addition, however, the Swedish manufacturer also presents its new V1D Concept.
The V1D boasts modular construction, allowing the user to customize the camera to their liking. It can then be fitted with custom controls and grips, all while showcasing 75-megapixels.
For now, though, the V1D is merely a concept, as it may in turn never be released to the public. The company did, however, make available a special “4116″ edition of the aforementioned X1D that matches the V1D.
The 50-megapixel camera features all of the same tech specs as the original, coming equipped with a leather hand strap and custom packaging, as well as a $2,300 USD XCD 45mm lens.
The limited-edition X1D “4116" will retail for $13,000 USD.