Hasselblad recently launched its latest 100MP flagship camera, the X2D 100c. The camera is the third medium-format mirrorless camera that the company has produced and follows the success of the 50MP X1D-50c and X1D II 50C. The X2D 100C houses a 100-megapixel back-side illuminated CMOS sensor, delivering up to 15 stops of dynamic range with a 16-bit colour depth.
However, one thing was a bit puzzling. Hasselblad has removed all the video features. In this video, Sonder Creative asks Chris Cooze from Hasselblad for the reason behind this move.