Hasselblad firmware updates add new features to X, H Systems

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Hasselblad has released firmware update 1.20, which adds a slew of new functionality to its medium format X and H systems.

Among the new features are Instant Preview and Image Browsing capabilities through the EVF on the Hasselblad X1D.

It also adds new Selectable Crop Modes to the X1D and H6D, which include XPan Ratio (65:24), 1:1, 7:6, 5:4, 3:2, 16:9, 2:1, A4, US Letter and more.

Other new features for the X1D include:

  • Back-up to secondary card
  • Added EXIF tag: Lens Model
  • Sprit level overlay: More info added (Exposure time, Aperture value, ISO)
  • Touchpad: Pan in zoomed-in EVF live view
  • Touchpad: Move focus point with HDMI attached screen

Other new features for the H6D include:

  • Back-up to secondary card
  • Added EXIF tag: Lens Model
  • Spirit level overlay: More info added (Exposure time, Aperture value, ISO)

Hasselblad also has announced new contrast AF compatibility using the XH lens adapter with a select group of HC and HCD lenses.

Visit Hasselblad’s website to download the firmware updates for the X1D and the Hasselblad H6D.

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