Hasselblad has announced a plan to release a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera, which uses Sony’s E-Mount. The Hasselblad Lunar, which is expected to cost around 5000 Euros (~$6500) appears to share a lot of technology with Sony’s recent NEX, RX1 and A99 cameras, including the same 24.3MP CMOS sensor and OLED ‘True Finder’ EVF, and the same ‘TriNavi’ navigation system as the NEX-7. The Lunar, which is set for launch in the first quarter of 2013, will be available ‘in a choice of standard models plus a variety of exclusive hand grips and precious materials on special order’.
Hasselblad Lunar Price
The price for Hasselblad Lunar is $6,500.00.
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Hasselblad Lunar Specs
- 24.3MP APS-C sensor inside
- 25 AF points
- ISO range: 100 to 16000
- 10 fps
- Shutter release time lag: 0.02 second
- 3 in. LCD
- OLED viewfinder
- The grip is made out of real wood. The company used carbon fiber, titanium, leather and gold to build this camera.
- Italian design
- Sony E and A mounts compatible