Hasselblad’s New HV DSLR Camera

The Swedish camera maker Hasselblad has introduced the new amateur-friendly HV DSLR ($11,995), which features a 24.3-megapixel full-frame sensor, a Carl Zeiss 24-to-70 mm lens (known for its ability to capture detail and contrast), and 35 mm full-frame HD-video recording capabilities. The HV DSLR is ergonomically designed to allow for a steady grip and comes in a professional-grade resin case that protects it from dust, water, chemical agents, and temperatures as low as minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit. The HV DSLR’s lightweight case also doubles as an organizer that can hold cables, chargers, memory cards, an iPad, and a laptop. The HV DSLR joins Hasselblad’s Stellar and Lunar cameras, both of which were released last year and are aimed at photo enthusiasts. (800.367.6434, www.hasselblad-hv.com)

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