Set for release in March, priced at $47995, the Hasselblad H6D-400C Multi Shot is a digital camera capable of capturing 400-megapixel images. That’s right, its “Multi-Shot” technology can take 100MP photos with single exposures or massive 400MP ultra-resolution photos using 6 pixel-shifted exposures. Other features include: a USB 3.0 Type C connection for high-speed data transfers, 30FPS live view, dual memory card slots (CFast 2.0 and SD), a 3″ (920K dots) display, a smartphone-inspired user interface, HD / UHD video recording, modular design, Wi-Fi connectivity, HDMI, audio I/O, and True Focus II. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
“In creating 400MP photos, the first 4 exposures are shifted by 1 pixel to capture GRGB color data. 2 additional exposures are captured with ½-pixel shifts to increase the equivalent resolution from 100MP to 400MP. The resulting file is a 2.4GB 16-bit TIFF image with dimensions of 23200×17400 pixels,” according to Peta Pixel.