Hasselblad’s X1D Field Kit

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Taking an iconic camera on the road.

Renowned Swedish brand Hasselblad has a rich heritage. Its cameras have taken iconic images in the hands of the likes of Ansel Adams or Buzz Aldrin. In 2016, the company launched the mirrorless X1D-50c, revolutionizing the standard digital medium format cameras. A year later, Hasselblad launches a convenient kit that will no doubt please architectural and landscape photographers all over the world. The X1D Field Kit contains the award-winning Hasselblad X1D as well as three XCD lenses. These include 30mm, 45mm, and 90mm, covering virtually any requirement. All of them maintain the elegant, Scandinavian design, beautifully complementing the slim, compact camera body.

Apart from these gems, the kit also includes a dust blower, cleaning cloth, and lens pen to allow the user to keep the equipment in top shape while out and about. Other accessories include two camera batteries and a USB cable as well as a shoulder and wrist strap. All packed inside a rugged Pelican case that keeps the contents safe and protected in transit. Only a year old, the X1D camera has an impressive pedigree. It topped the all-time ratings of independent laboratory DxO Mark for image quality and has received the prestigious Red Dot Best of the Best award. Created with convenience and value-for-money in mind, the X1D Field Kit retails at $17,495. Photographs© Hasselblad.

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