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Hasselblad XPan




35mm film


The Fujifilm TX-1 (Hasselblad XPan) is a interchangeable lens 35mm panoramic rangefinder camera released in 1998.

It was manufactured by Fujifilm as a joint project with Swedish camera maker Hasselblad who markets the camera under the branding XPan.

It was designed as a coupled rangefinder camera system with interchangeable lenses. It uses a focal plane shutter, with speeds of 8 sec to 1/1000 sec. The XPan back contains a LCD screen showing various camera settings like ISO, battery level check, self-timer, etc.

One of the notable features of the Hasselblad XPan is its unique panoramic format, which allows the photographer to capture a wide field of view while maintaining a high level of detail and resolution. Panoramic cameras are often used for landscape, architecture, and interior photography, as they are able to capture a wide field of view that would not be possible with a standard camera.

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