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Hasselblad Releases The X2d 100c Lightweight Field Kit, Bringing A Fully World-Class Photography Experience For Demanding On-the-Go Shots

  • 23rd Feb 2023
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Hasselblad Releases The X2d 100c Lightweight Field Kit, Bringing A Fully World-Class Photography Experience For Demanding On-the-Go Shots

Hasselblad X2D 100C Lightweight Field Kit

Sweden-headquartered Hasselblad has introduced the X2D 100C Lightweight Field Kit, which consists of the current generation of mirrorless medium format cameras – the flagship X2D 100C – and two unique lenses: the XCD 4/21 and XCD 4/45P. Since it weighs just 1,810 grammes, the package is ideal for filming and reporting on location.

Both the XCD 4/21 and XCD 4/45P lenses are equipped with revolutionary optics that maximise the 100 megapixels of the X2D 100C and help the Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution (HNCS) in keeping true-to-life colours. This pair of ultra-wide-angle lenses may be used for landscape, architectural, documentary, street, and still-life photography.

The X2D 100C is the flagship mirrorless medium format camera from Hasselblad. It is fashioned from a single block of aluminium alloy and has a 100-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, 5-axis 7-stop in-body image stabilisation (IBIS), phase detection autofocus (PDAF), and a 1TB SSD.

The XCD 4/21 is the widest lens ever developed by Hasselblad. It features a central shutter with a broad range of speeds and flash synchronisation up to 1/2000 of a second. This 600g lens has two aspherical elements and thirteen elements in nine groups to provide superb picture quality from the lens' centre to its periphery. A 77mm filter diameter is used to link XCD 4/21 to UV/CPL/ND filters.

The Hasselblad XCD 4/45P is the smallest and lightest member of the XCD series of lenses. Its optics and full-frame equivalent focal length of 36mm make it the ideal lens for travel, exploration, and documentary photography. A fast, precisely built leaf shutter technology enables flash synchronisation at up to 1/2000th of a second for studio and documentary shooting. The minimum focus distance of the XCD 4/45P is 35cm (13.8in), and the maximum picture scale is 1:5.2.

The Hasselblad X2D 100C Lightweight Field Kit has an MSRP of EUR €13,199 / CNY ¥88,799 / JPY ¥1,627,340 including VAT and USD $12,759, excluding sales tax. It is now available to order immediately. See details of the new product at


  1. The X2D 100C camera body weighs 890g (including the battery and excluding the protective cover), the XCD 4/21 lens weighs 600g (excluding the lens hood and cap), and the XCD 4/45P lens weighs 320g (excluding the lens hood and cap).
  2. For more details, please visit the X2D 100C product page on the official Hasselblad website.
  3. Distance from lens to the mounting flange.


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