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Hasselblad's 75th Anniversary celebrations continue with the 4116 Collection

The company celebrates 75 years with an all-black X1D and a new concept camera.
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Hasselblad 4116 X1D Front

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Hasselblad stole everyone's attention with the announcement of the X1D medium format camera and now the company is continuing its 75th anniversary celebrations with two new all-black models. The 4116 X1D is an all-black bodied version of their new shooter and comes with a leather strap, 45mm lens, and a special edition 4116 box.

Hasselblad V1d Concept Rear Quarter

They've also revealed the V1D 4116 concept, a new take on their original square body designs such as the Hasselblad V. The concept centers around a block of aluminum that has a modular system that can attach different accessories on the four sides of the body. This is perfect for things like re-configuring the body for left-handed shooters or placing controls and grips wherever its most comfortable for the user.

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