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Hasselblad CFV50 same Sensor/ImageQuality as H4D50?
« on: October 12, 2012, 01:50:14 pm »

my 7 year old h3d39 told me via hasselblad service center that it will no longer be viable until i spend about 2,5k$ - so i'm considering a trade in...
as i'm planing to use the back more on my arca tech cam than on the hasselblad body, i see two options: either sell my lenses and trade in for a hasselblad cfv50 (if possible - i have no answer yet from hasselblad) or a h4d50/h5d50.

is the technology of cfv50 and h4d50 the same sensorwise?
is it only another housing with worse screen?
or are they different in terms of image quality?

my third option would be a leaf credo40 although no upgrade on resolution, and some crop factor, but much improved usability on my tech cam.
credo60 and iq backs are out of reach ...
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