Curious what full-resolution files out of the mirrorless medium format Hasselblad X1D look like? We’ve got you covered. Photographer Ming Thein has been out shooting with the camera, and he’s sharing some of his full-res samples with us today.
The samples are part of a larger first-impressions review Ming posted on his blog earlier this week. In that post he answers questions about everything from EVF to lens quality to autofocus, so it’s definitely worth checking out.
That said, if you’re just here to pixel peep, check out the images below and give each one a click to see the full-resolution version. All images were shot with the X1D and processed in Photoshop (apparently Adobe Camera Raw recognizes the images as H6D files):
For more sample images or if you want to learn more about how the early version of the X1D handles in the wild, check out Ming’s first impressions review by clicking here.
Image credits: Photographs by Ming Thein and used with permission.