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h4d-200ms

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Hasselblad's 200-megapixel camera: $45,000

The most serious pro photographers out there now have a new option, the H4D-200MS, which combines six frames into a single 600MB image.

By May. 25, 2011

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Private equity firm acquires Hasselblad

The storied medium-format camera maker is in new hands as Ventizz Capital Partners acquires it. The private equity firm plans to invest capital for growth.

By Jun. 30, 2011

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10 outrageously expensive tech gifts

If your end-of-year bonus has pasted five figures onto your bank balance, splurge on these top-end tech trinkets.

By Nov. 29, 2012

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Hasselblad lops $9,000 off pro camera price

The medium-format camera maker has pared prices of professional models such as the HD4-60 by thousands of dollars.

By May. 21, 2012

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Hasselblad plans 200-megapixel camera for 2011

Extended multishot technology will quadruple the H4D-50's resolution starting in the first quarter of 2011. Also: two new Hasselblad lenses that can keep up.

By Sep. 22, 2010

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Hasselblad reworks medium-format cameras with H5D

A new camera body from the high-end camera specialist will be easier to use and better protected against the elements. Also: a new 24mm lens and a macro converter.

By Sep. 11, 2012

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Lightroom 3.4 sneaks in Nikon D5100 support

The raw-image editing and cataloging software supports Nikon's newest SLR, adds tethering options, and automatically corrects problems with 18 Pentax lenses.

By Apr. 27, 2011

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Adobe Lightroom 3.4 tests new Canon SLR support

The imaging-software powerhouse has added support for Canon's latest SLRs and for new higher-end compact cameras from Olympus and Samsung.

By Mar. 11, 2011

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Lightroom 3.5 supports high-end compact cameras

Those who have purchased the newest small interchangeable-lens cameras now can edit raw files with Adobe's photography software.

By Sep. 29, 2011

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Mac OS X update perks up photo performance

An operating system update means faster rendering for raw images in Aperture. Also, the software and iPhoto are supporting 10 new cameras.

By Nov. 11, 2010