* The images from a Hasselblad X1Dii and a Fuji GFX 50... are different, even using the same third-party manual lens (with adapter in each case). I prefer the Hasselblad. There is something to how they do color.
* My X1Dii suddenly lost use of the rear LCD. It flashes the logo on startup then goes black. I emailed Hasselblad USA with elaborate description of the behavior; no reply. A month later, email again, and again no reply after a month. I fill out the support form on the Hasselblad website; it is several weeks now, and again silence.
Great little lens - I owned that when I had my Lumix MFT cameras, a GX7 and GX85. Moved over to Sony A6500 because it was the same size but had the larger sensor.My profile image and background is taken with Olympus OMD10 and m.zuiko telemacro 60mm. f2.8 prime(FF equivalent for MFT 60mm is 120mm). Just needed some quick and dirty for my profile.
Thats a nice camera, if you are into analog these are golden days. If the market hasnt been swept already TBH im not so much into this. It was my father who was the photographer. He lerned me about Hasselblad and other stuff. Minolta was his brand. Im glad I got the Olympus though, so I bought the macro and a cheap 150mm, mostly for animals and maybe ill get some 50mm equivalent. Im here for the hifi gear you know. Cant cultivate both hobbies in a luxurious fashion My daughter has a Sony with 50mm prime lens. Impressive images.
So if it wasnt for the music I would probably be saving up for my next Zeiss Otus lens right now.
I might add Im swedish, so Hasselblad is part of my very proud heritage. At least we have the first camera on the moon
This one is shot with the macro. A lucky shot indeed. At this scale these little fellows run around like cheetas
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