Hasselblad H6D-100c vs. Sony A7R II

Sony-A7R-IIHasselblad H6D-100c is a medium Format camera and Sony A7RII is full frame camera. H6D-100c is much impressive camera all because of its incredible 100MP CMOS Sensor. Let’s check the details specifications..

Features/ Models Hasselblad H6D-100c
Sony A7R II
Megapixel 100MP  CMOS Sensor 42.3
Sensor size Medium (53.4 x 40.0mm ) Full frame (35.9 x 24 mm)
Image processor Unknown Bionz X
AF system Contrast detect sensor Contrast Detect (sensor) + Phase Detect (Hybrid)
AF points NA 399+25
 ISO 64-12800 50-102400
Shutter speed 60 min to 1/2000 sec 30 sec 1/8000 sec
Image Stabilization No Sensor-shift/5-axis
 Continuous shooting speed No 5fps
 Video 4K video @30fps 4K video @30fps
Display 3.0″ 920k-dot touchscreen LCD monitor 3″ Rear Screen Tilting  LCD (1,228,800)
Hot shoe Yes No
Wireless WiFi + NFC Built-In with NFC
Battery life NA 290 shots
Dimensions 153 x 131 x 205 mm 127 x 96 x 60 mm
Weight 2130 g (With battery and other accessories) 625g


Resolution-Hasselblad gives a chance to achieve a new level of clarity and sharpness to their users with H6D-100c, offers 100MP 53.4 x 40mm CMOS sensor to produce high-resolution stills as well as UHD 4K video. On the other side, Sony A7R II is offering 42 mp of resolution, means the chances of getting lesser sharp images compared to H6D-100c.

AF system-H6D-100c is looking little infront of Sony’s innovative hybrid focusing system, making the camera an ideal for smooth, fast and precise focusing of the desired subjects. Along with brilliant AF system the camera also has 399 focal-plane phase-detection AF points that can achieve faster focusing response by working together with 25 contrast AF points.  On the other hand, the H6D-100c of Hasselblad is based on contrast detect sensor and however the AF points are not mentioned.

ISO- You can get the noise free images at lowlight conditions while shooting with Sony A7RII, the camera offers and extended ISO range of 102400, which is too beneficial. Maybe it’s uneasy (compared to A7R II) while you shoot at lowlight with 100c camera, because the camera offers an expandable ISO range of 12800 only.

Image stabilization- Unwanted camera shakes generally harms the images with leaving blur, but A7RII implements an inventive as well as handy 5-axis image stabilization, which is too effective in suppressing the camera shake problem and helps the images from blurry issue. However, no Image Stabilization has been incorporated in H6D-100c.


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