Hasselblad X1D: Bold, Beautiful, Flawed, Fixable (Episode 3, "The X1D Has Me Thinking")

I think the Hasselblad X1D is the most important Hasselblad since the company launched the 500 C back in 1957, and in fact the most important medium format camera of the last 60 years, period. In this video, I tell you exactly why; where it stands at the moment, and what it needs to be successful. Oh --

I also compare it to three cameras some will say I shouldn't, while others will immediately recognize why I should: the Sony a7R III, Panasonic GH5s, and Panasonic G9.

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