Hasselblad Stellar leak beefs up Sony’s RX100

Jul 21, 2013
Hasselblad Stellar leak beefs up Sony’s RX100

This week it would appear that the team at Haselblad have been working on a custom modification of none other than the Sony RX100 according to several leaked images. This run of customizations would have a series of odd - and awesome - new grips for the machine while the outer body gains its own bit of Hasselblad-unique flare. Included in this lineup is a Padouk wood grip, carbon-fibre, Walnut, Wenge, Olive, and Mahogany.

If you planned on working with the Sony RX100 for quite a while after you'd purchased it and want to make a day of it with a custom body the likes of which you'd only be able to get at this massive price-range, Hasselblad has your back. With prices expected - no confirmed, mind you, expected - to range between $1,600 and $3,200, you'll be getting a bit more exotic right out of the box.


According to PhotoRumors, the big H up front is set to continue to be a staple of the customized series. The series is also set to be released somewhere around the 26th of July - soon - and the major differences are quite likely to remain aesthetic - exterior on the whole.

You'll see too that the lenses keep the same name - no ZEISS update here. Have a peek at a few photos of the Sony Cyber-shot RX100 II from our most recent hands-on (also linked above) and see how this update would make the shooter look - and possibly feel - a lot smoother. And cooler, without a doubt.

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