907X Special Edition
On the moon since 1969
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing on July 20th, 1969, the Hasselblad 907X Special Edition is a highly modular medium format camera system recalling the famous Hasselblad cameras from the historic lunar mission. This limited edition camera comprises the matched CFV II 50C digital back and 907X camera body, both finished in matte black, and the body has been accentuated with the text "On the Moon Since 1969."
The 907X has the distinction of being the smallest medium format camera Hasselblad has ever created, measuring just over an inch thick, as well as the lightest, at 7.3 oz. Recalling the form of the famed 500-series V-system cameras, though, this simple camera body mainly serves as the interface between the V interface of the CFV II 50C digital back and the X-mount for working with XCD lenses or adapted lenses from other mounts.
The CFV II 50C is an updated and refined digital back featuring a classic V-system interface for use on the included 907X as well as virtually any Hasselblad V camera from 1957 onward. Designed with the classic A12 and A16 film backs in mind, this digital back has been outfitted with versatile digital capabilities, revolving around a 43.8 x 32.9mm 50MP CMOS sensor, which yields high-resolution imagery with a wide 14-stop dynamic range, 16-bit colour depth, and an ISO 100-25600 sensitivity range. This sensor utilizes Hasselblad's Natural Colour Solution, too, which delivers realistic, pleasing colour tones for great consistency and smooth tonal transitions. The back's design also incorporates a rear 3.0" 920k-dot tilting touchscreen LCD, to recall the experience of working with a waist-level finder, and it now houses the rechargeable lithium-ion battery internally for a sleeker overall profile. Additionally, built-in Wi-Fi permits wireless remote control and file transferring via Phocus Mobile 2 and an integrated GPS module enables recording location data for geotagging.
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, this Special Edition of the 907X camera body and CFV II 50C digital back celebrates Hasselblad's involvement in the historic moment and pays homage to their cameras left behind on the moon. Reminiscent of the black finish of two of the three Hasselblad cameras from the Apollo 11 mission, the 907X Special Edition features a distinct matte black finish on both the body and the back, and the CFV II 50C back is also emblazoned with the text "On the Moon Since 1969."
907X Camera Body
Characterized by its impressively compact, lightweight design, the 907X is Hasselblad's smallest medium format camera body and serves as the inconspicuous interface between the V-system interface CFV II 50C digital back and the range of X-system mirrorless lenses. By providing an X-system lens mount, this opens up the opportunity to pair the CFV II with the autofocus and leaf shutter-enabled XCD lenses, as well as HC, HCD, V, XPan, and other third-party lenses via optional adapters. Use of the 907X also enables greater access to wide-angle lens options, compared to the V system, when using XCD lenses.
CFV II 50C Digital Back
50MP CMOS Sensor and Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution
Revolving around a large 50MP CMOS sensor, measuring 43.8 x 32.9mm, the CFV II 50C is capable of capturing an extremely wide dynamic range of up to 14 stops along with vivid 16-bit colour depth. When combined with the Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution, tonal transitions and skin tones show immense depth, detail, and clarity for lifelike image quality, even in dark shadow and bright highlight regions. To suit working in a variety of lighting conditions, a sensitivity range of ISO 100-25600 is available, and still files are saved in the Hasselblad 3FR raw file format or as JPEGs.
Working with the spectacular image quality of the 50MP CMOS sensor, the Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution is designed to deliver images with the most natural colour without needing to delve into a variety of presets. This system is also capable of creating imagery with exceptionally smooth tonal transitions that are reminiscent of analogue film capture, which is thanks in part to the CFV II's 16-bit colour depth.
Using a V-system interface, this digital back can be used in conjunction with the included 907X camera body, with virtually any Hasselblad V system film camera from 1957 or later, or with technical and view cameras featuring a V-system mounting interface.
Integrated 3.0" 920k-dot tilting LCD features a touchscreen design for intuitive control, menu navigation, and playback. The updated screen also has a fast 60 fps refresh rate for more fluid playback and the screen also supports autofocus point drag and drop placement and autofocus point size changes with pinch/spread finger movement. The screen's tilting design also reinforces a top-down viewing position, akin to working with an optical waist-level finder.
Accepts one rechargeable lithium-ion battery internally in order to maintain the overall svelte profile reminiscent of A12 and A16 film backs. This battery can be charged in-back, too, via the USB Type-C port.
Dual SD memory card slots both support the UHS-II protocol for faster read/write speeds.
Built-in Wi-Fi permits wireless sharing of files as well as remote camera control. Additionally, Phocus Mobile 2 allows for a rich tethered shooting experience from an iPad Pro or iPad Air (2019).
USB 3.0 Type-C connector can be used for file transfer, tethered shooting from an iPad, or for in-camera battery charging via a computer, charger, or power bank.
Integrated GPS module can be used for recording location details to image files for geotagging applications.
Optimized for use with XCD series of lenses, which offer an integrated central shutter system, capable of sync speeds up to 1/2000 sec.
Phocus Mobile 2, available for iPad Pro and iPad Air (2019), permits importing, editing, and rating of raw images as well as importing and rating full-resolution JPEG images directly on a tablet. Additionally, Phocus Mobile 2 supports full-resolution image export, tethered shooting, and direct camera control.
Conventional computer-based tethered shooting is supported via the desktop version of Phocus