To tout the whopping 200 megapixel capture capabilities of the new H4D-200MS ($45,000), Hasselblad put the uber shooter in the hands of a few prominent photographers including famous still-object shooter Jonathan Beer. One especially stunning capture is a Rolex photographed using the multi-shot feature, which merges six 50 megapixel shots into one mind-bogglingly immense 200 mp still. File size, you ask? 600 crushing megabytes (Thunderbolt please?). Go zoom-happy with the full image here.
Viewfinder is a series of captivating photos and videos taken by GP, culled from the web, dug from our archives, or submitted by readers.