Hasselblad has announced that the new H4D-200MS camera system is now available. It is capable of taking 200 megapixel images by combining 6 shots from the 50 megapixel sensor, and the sensor is able to move 1 and 1/2 pixels at a time.  This incredible 200 million-pixel resolution brings unprecedented detail and resolution to your still life and studio photography. The H4DS-200MS is Hassleblads top of the line product for top of the line applications and the ultimate tool for any photographic application where the absolutely highest degree of resolution is required. The images produced by the H4D-200MS provide an astonishing level of detail and colour definition. The H4D-200MS camera uses a 50Mpix sensor mounted onto Hassleblad's patented symmetrical multi-shot frame. The camera then captures 6 shots, by moving the sensor 1 and ½ pixel at the time, to create a 200Mpix capture. This process eliminates the issues which single-shot interpolation can sometimes introduce, such as moiré and color rendering issues, thereby capturing the red, green and blue information in each individual pixel point and then combining these captures into one amazing file. For more information about this £32,000 camera visit Hasselblad's website.