Hasselblad 907X Special Edition (On the Moon since 1969)

Our initial order has now sold out but we are aiming to get some more stock ordered that has been allocated for the UK.

If you are interested in placing a pre-order please give us a call or email sales@cliftoncameras.co.uk.

Celebrating 50 year on the Moon, this beautiful matt black Special Edition 907X camera is a unique camera coupled with the outstanding performance offered with Hasselblad cameras.

There is limited Worldwide availability so we strongly advise to pre-order today to have a chance to own this camera.

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Hasselblad 907X Special Edition (On the Moon since 1969)


On 20 July 1969, Astronauts Aldrin and Armstrong successfully landed on our lunar surface, becoming the first humans to step foot on the Moon. Apollo 11 was not only a huge milestone for NASA and space exploration but was also a defining moment for Hasselblad as the camera chosen to document this historic mission. Standing up against the intense temperatures and lack of gravity in space, the Hasselblad cameras captured this once in a lifetime moment flawlessly, letting the rest of Earth see what astronauts Aldrin and Armstrong experienced on the Moon. As the camera makers who enabled the capture of the iconic, legendary Moon landing photographs, we commemorate the 50th anniversary with the 907X Special Edition.

The limited-edition 907X Special Edition celebrates the anniversary of the first Moon landing and the Hasselblad cameras that documented this historic event, which were left behind on the lunar surface fifty years ago. The three cameras taken on the mission were a silver Hasselblad Data Camera (HDC), a black Hasselblad Electric Camera (HEC), and a third black HEC – the first camera was used by Astronaut Armstrong to shoot on the lunar surface, the second used from inside the Eagle lunar module, and the third used by Astronaut Michael Collins aboard the Command Module Columbia in lunar orbit. The HEC used by Collins was the one camera of the three that was brought back to Earth from the Apollo 11 mission.

The CFV II 50C is what V System users have been waiting for, something to bring back their V system camera to life. Hasselblad have said it will work with most cameras made from 1957 onwards. The 907X is the smallest medium format camera body Hasselblad has made to date. Weight in a just 206g, it is extremely thin and built to be the perfect partner to the CVF II 50C. It is compatible with a wide range of Hasselblad optics from the XCD & HC HCD range as well as the V System and XPan lenses via an adapter.

Combining the 907X camera body with the CFV II 50C creates a highly compact, beautiful made medium format camera. It brings modern technology together with classic aesthetics reminiscent of the Hasselblad SWC camera. Anyone that has had the Hasselblad experience including the classic SWC, or other classic Hasselblad cameras, will understand how exciting these two new products are.

Hasselblad CFV II 50C Digital Back

The CFV II 50C features a 50 megapixel CMOS sensor is 43.8 × 32.9 mm in size and each sensor is individually calibrated for optimal performance. As with the other digital Hasselblad systems, you will get outstanding colour depth with Hasselblad’s Natural Colour Solution technology to deliver superb, true-to-life tones. The CFV II 50C s tilt screen brings back the classic waist level shooting style.

Hasselblad 907X Camera Body

Hasselblad’s smallest body ever, the 907X, turns in to a small lightweight camera enabled by the CFV II 50C. It also means a user now gains access to use wide-angle lenses, not something available with the previous CVF models, like XCD 21mm and 30mm. Combine this with a XH, XV or XPan lens adapter and your lens options opens up even further.

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