Last year we drooled over the Hasselblad H3DII-50 and its 50-megapixel sensor, but now the line has gotten better with a multi-shot version of the camera. You’ll be able to take pictures of your empty wallet so much faster.
The H3DII-50 MS records four shots in a row by “moving the sensor by one pixel between each shot to record full RGB values at each position”. Hasselblad Australia is currently advertising a price of $32,995 on its website (normally $40,995). It might take fantastic pictures, but that price tag is still tough to swallow. [Hasselblad via DP Review via Engadget]