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Hasselblad Stellar DSLR Camera

When it comes to cameras and luxury, a single brand comes to mind: Hasselblad. With their latest Stellar DSLR Camera, the device itself is as much an art form as photography. Coming in a sleek silver casing, the Stellar DSLR is equipped with a stunning and ergonomic Padouk wood handgrip making the camera stand out in style. The built-in Vario-Sonnar T* zoom lens offers the iconic and pristine images you’d expect from Hasselblad. On the back of the Stellar DSLR is a 7.5 cm LCD screen complete with 1,228,800 dots. Included with the camera is an anti-dust bag, a microfiber cloth, a SanDisk 8GB memory card, a wrist strap, as well as all the cables needed to charge the battery and transfer the media to your device.

Hasselblad Stellar DSLR Camera
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9.7/10
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Ashley Timms
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Color
Silver/Padouk Wood, Silver/Olive Wood
Display Size
3 inches
File Format
raw, jpeg
Optical Sensor Resolution
20.2 MP
Optical Zoom
3.8x
Video Capture Resolution
1080p
Dimensions
8.6 x 7.6 x 5.4 inches
Weight
3.2 pounds
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David Evans

It's basically a discontinued Sony model, the RX100. You can buy the later RX100 ii for $648. Are the accessories and that wooden grip worth the difference? I don't think so.

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