medium format

Hasselblad X1D II 50C: out of the studio and into the streets

We crawled into an abandoned school bus, trespassed through dilapidated hallways, dodged fleeting thunderstorms, and wandered the empty streets of Chinatown late into the evening. For two summery week

Hasselblad’s new medium format camera is a tiny, beautiful nod to history

While mirrorless cameras accelerate into the future, medium format models are hearkening unto the past — and Hasselblad chief among them. Its new digital back fits lenses going back to the '50s, and

Hasselblad’s X1D puts other medium format cameras on notice

Back in June of last year, I previewed the Hasselblad X1D. Then, it was a pre-production model, which I had hoped would launch and become the powerful mirrorless medium format camera that it is now.

Leaf Camera Back Hits 80MP, Is Not For You

<img src="" />Some say that even full frame DSLRs aren't as good as film, because they lack the resolution. That was true, and if you

Mamiya announces two new DSLR cameras

<img src="" />Mamiya announced two new DSLR cameras today, the DM22 and DM28. Pushing the megapixel wall again, DM22 is 22 megapi

Leica comments on haters complaining about the price of the S2

<img alt="" src="" />Leica is firing back over the criticism they've received lately about the price of their new fla

Leica's S2 medium-format DSLR up close and personal

<img src="" />For those pros out there working in print, medium format is king. Portable yet powerful, they can be deployed anyw

SLRs creeping up on medium formats quality-wise

<img src="" /> Big players like Leaf and Hasselblad had better do something soon, or Nikon and Canon will be doing more than nipping

Mamiya's medium format digital: the 28-megapixel DL28

I feel safe in my conviction that I’ll never be using one of these Mamiya beasts, or its Leica, Leaf, or Hasselblad cousins. They’re just too… big. As medium-format digital photograp

Leica drops monster 37-megapixel S-System pro camera

That is a lot of megapixels. Leica has been burning up the internet lately, what with its sweet F/0.95 lens, new M8.2 camera, and even a nice-looking projector. But this monster is surely going to gen

Sweet Leaf medium format digital cameras released, cost as much as a Subaru

I’ve always been somewhat afraid of medium format. When my friend was shooting medium format film, it seemed like such a hassle, but when I saw the shots I could see why people do it. I think it