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Medium Format Digital

This is my collection of medium format digital equipment.
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Hasselblad H4D-40 Stainless Steel
This is the medium format camera I use for landscapes, still life, portraits and some macro photography. I 40 MP 16-bit image quality in terms of detail and color is stunning especially when printed very large. I like the the stainless steel look better than the standard painted version; there were only 100 of the SS version made. Unlike the Phase One platform, this camera is very well integrated between the back, body/grip, viewfinder and the lens.
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Hasselblad HC 80mm f/2.8
This is the hasselblad standard lens with autofocus. It is quite compact and relatively fast. It is great for general purpose use and for portraits.
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Hasselblad HCD 28mm f/4
This is the widest angle lens that Hasselblad makes. The lens is very large but great for landscapes and indoor shots.
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Hasselblad Macro HC 120mm f/4 II
This is the macro lens that is also a great portrait lens. It is a very heavy and long lens. The image quality is outstanding.
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Metz 76 MZ-5
This SCA 3002 compatible flash provides TTL functionality with the Hasselblad system using the SCA 3902 adapter made by Hasselblad. The controller attaches to the hot shoe and the camera attaches to the flash bracket via the tripod socket. I also use this flash with my Nikon digital system using the SCA 3402 adapter made by Metz.
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Metz 54 MZ-3
This flash also provides TTL functionality using the SCA 3902 adapter and goes directly on the Hasselblad H4D hot shoe. I often use it as an off camera wireless slave using the SCA 3083 adapter. It is controlled by the the Metz flash attached to the camera hot shoe. I also use this flash with my Nikon digital system using the SCA 3402 adapter made by Metz.