Sweden's Hasselblad is one of those companies whose products seem to exist on a plane far above anything else on the market. Their medium format film cameras have been the standard for professional photographers for decades, and while they pushed back hard against going digital for many years, once they finally came around, they raised the bar several notches again.
We've looked at some of their earlier digital efforts before, but now they have outdone themselves completely with the new H3DII-50. As its name suggests, it has a 50 Megapixel sensor about the size of a beer coaster to suck in plenty of available light, while delivering incredible resolution. The only catch I can see is the $37,000 price tag.