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Ae­rial pho­tog­ra­phy de­liv­ers bet­ter re­sults to­day than ever be­fore and Hasselblad con­tin­ues to grow its pres­ence in the mar­ket, this is re­flected in the Hasselblad A6D-100C, the lat­est evo­lu­tion of Hasselblad ae­rial cam­eras. The A6D her­alds a tech­no­log­i­cal im­prove­ment that is no­tice­ably greater than ear­lier gen­er­a­tions and in­cludes a fea­ture that al­lows up to eight cam­eras to be syn­chro­nized within 20 μs (mi­crosec­onds). Only a sim­ple bus-type ca­ble con­nec­tion is re­quired be­tween all cam­eras in the set-up. This fea­ture com­pletely elim­i­nates any is­sues in post-pro­duc­tion caused by un-syn­chro­nized ex­po­sures. Nine H Sys­tem lenses are avail­able in ae­rial ver­sions with se­cure lock­ing mounts to min­i­mize vi­bra­tion and flex­ing which guar­an­tees the im­age plane and sen­sor stay par­al­lel at all times. These units ship with their fo­cus pre­cisely ad­justed and fixed at in­fin­ity. The fo­cal length range from 24mm to 300mm of these lenses re­sults in a hor­i­zon­tal AFOV (Ap­par­ent Field Of View) of 96° to 10.2° cov­er­ing most ap­pli­ca­tions. The new gen­er­a­tion of leaf shut­ters for the H lenses has an ex­tended life­time, which en­sures re­li­a­bil­ity dur­ing flight. In ad­di­tion, the ex­po­sure time for the ae­rial lenses has been im­proved up to 1/4000 of a sec­ond, for sharp and crisp im­ages. Tra­di­tion­ally, FMC sys­tems typ­i­cally only com­pen­sate for move­ment in a sin­gle di­rec­tion, but the fast leaf shut­ter-based ex­po­sure time can both com­pen­sate for ground speed and the roll and pitch of the plane. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit Hasselblad online at www.hasselblad.com.

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