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BobShaw

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Re: H3D and H6 Question
« Reply #20 on: August 11, 2017, 08:20:37 PM »

Capture Integration - https://captureintegration.com/hasselblad-h5x-compatibility-and-usage/
Then unless Capture Integration sell the H5X then it is not Sales Literature. They appear to only sell Phase backs.
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Re: H3D and H6 Question
« Reply #21 on: August 12, 2017, 10:06:20 PM »

Bob, what are you trying to get at? They used to be a Hasselblad dealer. I can't help that you haven't heard of them; they are a pretty big name over here. I don't know why they aren't a Hasselblad dealer anymore. But, look at the link - consider when it was posted - and then let it go. They used to sell the H5X. Here is a link to one of their H5X promotions from when it was a current system:

https://captureintegration.com/hasselblad-h5x-summer-lens-bundle-promotion/

Then unless Capture Integration sell the H5X then it is not Sales Literature. They appear to only sell Phase backs.
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Re: H3D and H6 Question
« Reply #22 on: August 13, 2017, 09:19:45 PM »

Bob, what are you trying to get at? They used to be a Hasselblad dealer.
Best to rely on information from the manufacturer or those that actually do sell the product. Anyway, in this case the H5X User Guide does include H5D back in descriptions.
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Re: H3D and H6 Question
« Reply #23 on: August 14, 2017, 08:44:25 AM »

Best to rely on information from the manufacturer or those that actually do sell the product. Anyway, in this case the H5X User Guide does include H5D back in descriptions.


Best to rely on those you trust.

We have been a Hasselblad dealer, and have a verified history of providing factual data and support regarding Hasselblad products. We make substantial efforts to not be impacted by any sort of bias, and endorse an objective approach to solutions. The User Guide backs up the results from our own in house testing, which I had posted earlier in this thread.


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Re: H3D and H6 Question
« Reply #24 on: Today at 11:35:31 AM »

One night I grabbed all the combination bodies I had available and did some cross testing with results tabulated on the attached PDF Matrix. Has not been updated for H6, so cannot speak to that. Eric P, my friend, of course do alert me if any of this seems contrary to the presumed knowledge base.


Steve Hendrix/CI

Steve,

Much appreciated! Our team in Union, NJ have access to each of the camera systems; therefore, I'll forward it to them and thereafter will report on your findings.

Sincerely,

Eric Peterson
Field Sales Specialist
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