Hasselblad make cameras, which actually often use sony Sensors. You won't see their own sensors on anything other than the high end MF bodies.I'm certainly curious how the Hasselblad 1" sensor will compare to the Sony 1" sensor for dynamic range.
Hasselblad don't make sensors. Even Nikon doesn't make sensors. It'll definitely be a Sony sensor.I'm certainly curious how the Hasselblad 1" sensor will compare to the Sony 1" sensor for dynamic range. That could be sweet. It appears the Zoom version is for specialty applications, such as SAR or inspection duty. The past leaked photos showing a loud-speaker-like device on the "Enterprise" model may be a ground breaker to talk one-way to stranded lost victims, giving instructions. The camera appears to be a 1/2" sensor for a lighter gimbal, allowing more payload for things to bolt on top of the drone. The 1" sensor model is likely not able to carry much payload due to the heavier camera/gimbal, so I suppose it won't have the attachment options shown on the Enterprise version.
Almost certainly not. The entire camera electronics will be different and that's on the mainboard, not in the bit that sticks out.I would be interested in buying the 1" camera and mounting it onto the original MP. Anyone think that would be possible? Could there be a retrofit kit?
I didn't know that. I wonder why DJI invested in them. DJI seemed to do a pretty good job with P4P, making a camera with the 1" Sony sensor that supports 4K@60FPS. I wonder what Hasselblad brings to the party that makes it worth the investment.Hasselblad don't make sensors. Even Nikon doesn't make sensors. It'll definitely be a Sony sensor.
A renowned name that makes the customer go "oh wow, it must be even better!"I wonder what Hasselblad brings to the party that makes it worth the investment.