Hasselblad’s 39 megapixel H3DII-39MS DSLR brings the multi-shot

It can’t be easy to improve upon a $37,000, 39 megapixel DSLR, but high-end camera manufacturer Hasselblad claims to have done just that with its H3DII-39MS, which adds a multi-shot feature (and $7,000) to the recently-announced H3DII-39 (pictured). Targeted at architectural and still-life photographers, the 39MS essentially takes its sibling’s body and tacks on Hasselblad’s CF-39MS digital back, promising unprecedented performance and image quality when firing off multiple shots in sequence. Look for this new model in stores (specialty retailers, not Best Buy) starting in January of next year.

 
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