The HC 2.8/80 is the standard lens for the H System. The high-performance design ensures superb colour correction, a flat image plane, and low distortion. The large aperture facilitates photography in poor light and provides a bright viewfinder image. The HC 80mm is a lens suited for almost any task in general photography.
The term ‘normal lens’ sounds a little derogatory in the context of high-class lenses, but the HC 2,8/80 is not only the most affordable but also one of the best HC Lenses on the market. It’s a high-speed lens that gives a bright viewfinder image in low light situations. It is also incredibly compact, making it an excellent choice for lightweight equipment in outdoor photography.
Hasselblad cameras are developed by building on the shoulders of the previous generation of models which enables all of the prior advancements and branch-demanding features to be automatically included. This process allows Hasselblad to continually enhance and develop models. The A6D heralds a technological improvement that is noticeably greater than earlier generations.
The A6D Aerial Camera includes a feature that allows up to eight cameras to be synchronized within 20 μs. A simple bus-type cable connection is required between all cameras in the set-up. This feature completely eliminates any issues in post-production caused by un-synchronized exposures.
Nine H System lenses are available in aerial versions with secure locking mounts to minimize vibration and flexing which guarantees the image plane and sensor stay parallel at all times. These units ship with their focus precisely adjusted and fixed at infinity. The focal length range from 24 to 300mm of these lenses results in a horizontal AFOV of 96° to 10.2° covering most applications. The new generation of leaf shutters for the H lenses has an extended lifetime, which ensures reliability during flight.
In addition, the exposure time for the aerial lenses has been improved up to 1/4000 of a second, for sharp and crisp images. Traditionally, FMC systems typically only compensate for movement in a single direction, but the fast leaf shutter-based exposure time can both compensate for ground speed and the roll and pitch of the plane.
The entrance pupil position is the correct position of the axis of rotation when making a panorama image by combining individual images of a scene.
Sensor Type: CMOS, 100 mega pixels (11600 × 8700 pixels, 4.6 × 4.6 µm)
Sensor Dimensions: 53.4 × 40.0mm
Image Size Stills: RAW 3FR capture 211MB on average. TIFF 8 bit: 289MB; Video: HD (1920 x 1080p), UHD (3840 x 2160p)
File Format Stills: Hasselblad 3FR, JPEG (12.5 MPixel)
Video: Hasselblad RAW (UHD, 25 fps), H.264 Compressed (HD, 25 fps)
Shooting Mode: Single shot stills, Video
Colour Definition: 16 bit. Dynamic range up to 15 stops
ISO Speed Range: ISO: 64, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, 12800
Colour Management: Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution, HNCS
Lenses: Any H System lens. Focus locked at infinity on request. See “A6D Lens Range” on page 10.
Focusing: Manual or Focus locked at infinity
Storage Options: CFast 2.0 card, SD card (UHS-I) or tethered to Mac or PC
Capture Rate (Based on
SanDisk Extreme PRO CFAST
2.0 Memory Card): 60 Captures per minute.
Storage Capacity: 128GB card holds 576 images on average
IR Filter: Mounted in front of sensor. NIR Option on request, CIR prepared.
Software: Phocus for Mac and Windows. Phocus SDK for Windows available on request.
Platform Support: Macintosh: maxOS version 10.11 or later; PC: Windows 7 / 8 / 10 or later (64 bit)
Host Connection Type: USB 3.0 (5 Gbit/s) Type-C connector
Additional Connections: LEMO type connectors for power and camera control. Mini HDMI, Audio In/Out, Flash sync In/Out
Tethered Operation: Supported in Phocus and Phocus SDK
Shutter Speed Range: 0.5 sec to 1/4000 sec (only with Aerial Leses)
Exposure Metering: None
Power Supply: 12-28 VDC required via LEMO connector
Operating Temperature: -10 – 45 ˚C / 14 – 113 ˚F
Dimensions: 100 x 100 x 151mm [W x H x D] Complete camera with HC80mm lens
(Body and sensor unit only): 1360g
Approval: FCC (Class A), CE, RoHS, DO-160 section 8 – 15 – 20 and 21