Today was a bright sunny day in the afternoon of San Francisco. Hasselblad and Broncolor brought in a team of models, model cameras, and a work force for the Pro Solutions Workshop at Capitol Art on 3073 17th Street.
Hasselblad and broncolor let consumers test out new cameras and lights, such as the Point and Shoot medium format X1D 50 megapixel camera, the para 177 light modifier, and their entire range of lenses (24mm, 35-90mm, 300mm included) to try on their H6D digital cameras.
VP Technical Support and Service, Paul Claesson, and Regional Sales Manager (West Coast), Matthew Frary, provided a rare opportunity for American Hasselblad users to ask questions directly.
I asked if there was a solution to my H6D overheating when doing video. The answer was, “No.”
Hasselblad gave out really nice, small notebooks to everyone who went, which was really nice for the expensive camera company do to promote their tens of thousands of dollars priced equipment.
Two gorgeous models eyed with bright blue skies and a deep intense presence in a luscious dress in beach sand color stood tall and emitted a calm and confident energy for the photographers to capture with Hasselblad digital cameras and Broncolor light.