Hasselblad H6D-100c versus Nikon D850: What are the real-world advantages of a medium-format camera?


The first video shows Mr. Taylor working with a leading 35mm camera and a Hasselblad H6D-100c at sunset. The full-frame camera in use is the 45-megapixel Nikon D850. In both cases, each camera is affixed with the same neutral density and graduated neutral density filters. After shooting, Taylor shows us the differences in the files. It’s no surprise that the 100-megapixel medium-format camera captures images with greater detail than the D850.

After sunset shooting has been compared and contrasted, let’s take a look at sunrise. In this comparison, Taylor focuses in on shadow detail, noting that the larger sensor does a better job in this respect. You can see the shooting and image review below.

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