Eurotographer and PhotoManGreg are not entirely incorrect in the the announcement details. However, this information is "hot off the wire", and does not always make it to the end-users very quickly.
I will provide more details shortly, however here are some initial announcement details:
Hasselblad H3D-IIMS (Multi-Shot) - obvious and long awaited addition the the H3D-Series system. Multi-shot capability is still limited to tethered operation, as back processing ability and CF card speeds are not there (yet).
Hasselblad H2F - official replacement for current H2, continuing with film-back functionality, as well as continuing the be an "open" platform for PhaseOne / Leaf / Sinar (and others) back users. Some features have been removed, and digital back sync functionality via cable. More details to come...
Hasselblad FlexColor 4.8.1 (Mac & Win) - see www.Hasselbladusa.com
- Incorporates new firmware for original H3D's ("series I"), H2D's, H1D's, etc, allowing for improved high-ISO capability, menu control via camera grip command dials, Drive / ISO button assignment, and a handful of custom options (see Hasselblad.com). Version 4.8.1 improves noise reduction capability on current and previous generation fff / 3FR files. It now offers synchronized exposure control within FlexColor, or via camera body, simultaneously (includes all Ixpress, CF, and H3D-Series).
Thats it for now.
Lets see, joined yesterday, first post today that includes information that so far can't be substantiated. Okay, let me think about this .........