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Live Webinar | Tech & Specs with the Hasselblad X1D II

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Presentation and Q&A on the Hasselblad X1D II with expert Chris Cooze

Monday 7th December, 4-5pm

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Join Hasselblad for this brief journey through time; from Victor Hasselblad's first camera, the HK-7, through to the 500 series cameras, the moon landings and the modular H system cameras, before ending with an in-depth look at the X1D II 50C camera - Hasselblad's digital medium format compact camera.

Packed into the award-winning design of the first generation, the X1D II 50C continues to keep medium format photography portable with its compact build. Its upgraded electronic platform includes an enlarged 3.6-inch touch display and an enhanced EVF, a faster live view refresh rate, and an intuitive and quicker user interface control. Connection via USB-C or Wi-Fi to Hasselblad’s Phocus Mobile 2 allows for the ultimate, on-the-go workflow from camera to iPad Pro. And with a huge range of high-quality optics to shoot with, including XCD, HC/HCD, XPan and V system lenses, the creative possibilities are endless.

Presented by Chris Cooze, Hasselblad's Global Technical Training Manager, this webinar will be an opportunity to find out more about Hasselblad's latest product range, discover the practical benefits of medium format sensors, and ask any questions along the way.

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Speaker

Chris Cooze

Chris Cooze

Chris Cooze is Hasselblad’s Global Technical Training Manager, responsible for Hasselblad technical communications and training worldwide. With a deep understanding of photography, and a vast knowledge of all things cameras and print, Chris is ideally placed to talk through the inner workings of Hasselblad camera systems, both past and present, in a clear and easy to understand format for photographers and creatives of all levels.