Tony Northrup debunks Hasselblad Medium format marketing

The Hasselblad X1D is definitely a great camera with huge “WOW” factor. It’s getting a lot of positive feedback from the press. To counterbalance all that we post that video from Tony Northrup. he certainly likes the camera too but he found some “weak spots” worth to be discussed. Like for example the exaggerated Hasselblad video marketing statement and depth of field myth.

The Hasselblad X1D-50c at BHphoto, Adorama and
Hasselblad 90mm F/3.2 XCD Lens for XD1 at BHphoto, Adorama and
Hasselblad 45mm F/3.5 XCD Lens for XD1 at BHphoto, Adorama and

Leica Q review at Dpreview

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Dpreview posted their full Leica Q review and writes:

The Leica Q is the most affordable full-frame Leica camera to date. Its 24MP sensor is good though not class-leading, and the fixed 28mm F1.7 Summilux lens is superb. The camera is built beautifully and responds rapidly. With the exception of a few software issues and some troublesome noise banding in pushed Raw files, the Leica Q is an excellent camera that you’ll want to bring along for documenting the world around you.

If you want to save some $ on the Leica Q get it grey imported. It’s $350 off with 3 year US seller warranty on eBay (Click here).

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$700 off and 1 year US seller warranty on the Sony A7rII by ElectronicsValley on eBay.
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Battle of the giants: First A6300 vs X-PRO 2 comparison

2016 started with Sony and Fuji announcing their new top APS-C mirrorless system camera models. CameraLabs posted the first comparison between the A6300 and X-PRO2 but before you click on the link guess what camera is on the left and what on the right:

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Surprised to see that much difference between the two?