Camera nerds, lean in now. Swedish camera king Hasselblad has just launched a new digital camera that’s set to revolutionize the market. The is a tiny mirrorless camera that somehow manages to fit a full 50MP medium-format sensor into a camera body that’s smaller than most every DSLR out there. That means stunning quality picture that also beats most every DSLR out there—all weighing in at a comparatively svelte 725g. Thanks to NASA there are 12 Hasselblads currently sitting on the Moon, where they’ve captured some of the most iconic images in history. If they’d weighed as little as the X1D, maybe they would have made the trip back as well. The X1D isn’t remotely cheap—the body is a hair under $70k, and the lenses cost around $18k each—but that price is half what you’d be paying for any of the other Hasselblad models, putting it squarely in the “extremely rich amateur” category. The X1D goes on sale in late August.