I've tried to find camera input profiles for Hasselblad backs (specifically the CF22) for use for generic raw conversion (ie not Phocus or Lightroom). They don't exist in the normal sense.
Now it seems that Hasselblad has some alternative approach they call "Hasselblad Natural Color Solution" which is supposed to give perfect results for all lighting conditions according to market speak. I have however been unable to find a technical description of what this actually is, and how the raw colours from the raw .3FR files are converted into accurate colors. There is some mysterious "Hasselblad RGB.icc" installed with Phocus which only contains a matrix (seems to be a generic color space just as ProPhotoRGB, AdobeRGB or sRGB), but I don't know if that is a static file or if it will be different depending on which back is used with the software. If it's a static file I guess the .3FR files must be pre-cooked to equalize all the different sensors, or then it's just a working space like ProPhotoRGB/AdobeRGB and has nothing to do with the camera response.
I have programmed raw conversion software so I'm quite familiar with .ICC and .DCP profiles and color management in general.
Is there some technical description of the Hasselblad Natural Color Solution out there?