Do you plan to develop new backs. The CF range has a teeny little lcd; it is still 39 MP. The H series, on the contrary, is progressing. I am now fully committed to the H series, but am still worried that the beautiful V series might go away.
That's sorta what I was implying. I looked at that CFV back at Kurland once, and it seemed so out of date that it's not worth considering.
I also wondered, in terms of getting a back to cover the full 6x6 of a REAL hasselblad, if this tilt shift device has some kind of magnifying or reducing "lens", to be able to get to infinity, could that approach or theory not be applied toward getting a back to cover the full 6x6 centimeters? Obviously, Im a photographer and not a technician, but I still can dream.
But to use that "lens" to zoom the image larger somehow?
And I wonder the same thing about a new V Series Viewfinder -- when I looked thru that CFV waist level finder on the v series, the hot area was a tiny square in the dead center of the waist level finder. Why not devise a magnifying waist level finder, so that you' see the Hot Area, in a sense, full frame? Didn't you do some trickery like that for the H?
Yes, the H is sexy in David Grover's eyes, but sexy to a lot of photographers looks like "ALREADY PAID FOR" and on the shelf.
Dont miss a potential market. The 200 and the V have soul; the H, well, steel or plastic, it's just another electronic device. Victor Hasselblad died early, so he didn't have to witness his name on that H camera.