Hasselblad Lunar Camera: Moon Shots

The Hasselblad Lunar Camera ($6,995) can be had in a copper bronze version with a mahogany grip, and for that alone we think it deserves its moon-inspired moniker. But there’s also the fact that astronaut Buzz Aldrin helped launch the camera, so yeah, only a Moon Over My Hammy remains to complete the trifecta. Specs-wise, that 7 grand gets you a 24-megapixel shooter in a Sony NEX-7 compact system camera body with a 18-55mm lens included.

Hasselblad H4D-200MS

Asking how many pixels you need in a camera is like asking how many Swedish bikini models you need at a party: Too much is never enough. The Hasselblad H4D-200MS’s amazing 200 million-pixel resolution is like stuffing every square foot of your studio apartment with smooth-skinned blonde gorgeousness. The H4D-200MS is perfect for grabbing the highest degree of resolution necessary, whether you’re snapping shots of high-end products or just high ends–whatever that means.  The H4D-200MS provides three distinct capture modes: normal single-shot capture for 50Mpix resolution images of live subjects; four-shot, 50Mpix Multi-Shot capture for high detail images of still subjects; and six-shot, 200Mpix Multi-Shot capture for the ultimate in still subject capture. Cough up $45,000 for this megapixel monster and you’ll definitely be ready for that model invasion.