why do you need to change from the h system?
For me the issues are admittedly a little muddled.
Hasselblad have followed an odd path, that as i understand it, includes adding new lenses with different coverage. So they have a 28... but not one that you'd want to use if you have a full frame sensor. And they now have a wider zoom... one that is reliant on DAC... which only makes sense if you use one of their backs and their software... but i don't plan to do either of those things.
And then there is the question of how well the H lenses will fare with the P65's extra resolving power? Are they as good as the new D lenses from phase?
The new phase lenses are very, very good from what i have seen so far, but their system does not have a new 35mm lens yet! Again not sure the old 35 mm is good enough from either company. Their next zoom is set to be the 45-90... but why overlap the 70-150?, Surely 35-70 would be better?
Hasselblad seem to have a plan that is company first, customers second. Their choice, and maybe good for their business, but not too keen on that as i want to stick with the phase backs.
Phase seem to have a clear plan, but for their camera system it is still work-in-progress. Guess it just turns out to be an odd time to be thinking of switching... neither system is ideal yet.
I know i prefer the phase backs, and i think i prefer the phase plan for their camera system... they just need them to get more new lenses into the market asap. May well be a philistine approach in some peoples eyes, but i don't care too much for either companies software... i prefer lightroom, so once the back is supported in lightroom, their software is not a significant consideration for me.