22 Jan 10 Main Differences Between the Fujifilm GFX and Hasselblad X1D
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The world of digital medium format has evolved immensely over the past couple of years. Though most cameras still remain out of reach for the average photographer due to the price, which is on average more than $30,000, this tendency is rapidly changing. In fact, some of the latest models are now being priced closer to flagship DSLRs such as the Nikon D5 or the Canon 1Dx mark II.
It all started with the Pentax 645z which, despite being large and heavy, has proved a popular model and can now be found for around $7000. Then Hasselblad released the X1D last year at a significantly lower price than its H series (around $9000) and gave it a compact mirrorless design. Now, Fujifilm is using its years of experience with medium format film and lenses as a springboard for the new GFX mirrorless system, opening up a new market for enthusiasts and professionals who, just a few years before, could only dream of owning a compact digital medium format system.
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