If you are a passionate photographer, or just looking for the perfect gift, then this latest collaboration between Ferrari and Hasselblad may just be for you. The H4D Ferrari camera carries all of the components for some fine photography, but it’s also finished in Ferrari’s unique color "rosso fuoco", and bears the legendary Racing Shield. And as with all unique items such as this one, the H4D Ferrari is limited with only 499 units scheduled for production.

The camera is first presented in an "exclusively designed and engineered box with a glass top." Yeah, only Ferrari would make the case just as pretty and unique as the camera. They even added the Ferrari Racing Shield to the outside of the box, just in case anyone questioned just how the customer rolls. Inside the "special" box are two different compartments; one to house the camera and the other for the 80mm lens and accessories. Each compartment is lined with a soft and rich material as to not damage this exclusive and pricey camera.

Dr. Larry Hansen, chairman and CEO of Hasselblad said "I am proud of the company’s achievements since the introduction of the newest generation of Hasselblad cameras, the H4 series, and feel very honored to be able to celebrate our success together with such a precious brand."

More details on the camera are to be released in October.

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6 comments:

  (415) posted on 10.21.2011

Yeah! I agree!! This camera is so fabulous! Now i want to take savings and get myself a piece of this luxury! Hahaha. I want this camera i swear. It is a beauty.

  (798) posted on 11.4.2010

now that’s what I’m talking about! that would be so much fun to drive! i want it

  (387) posted on 10.28.2010

I’m a big fan of Hasselblad. Also a fun fact for you, the Hasselblad was the very first camera on the Moon! Pretty cool huh?

  (780) posted on 10.12.2010

I guess this is better than a Ferrari branded Acer POS

  (461) posted on 10.3.2010

Funny... I thought I heard profanities in Italian coming from the Heaven’s.

  (1211) posted on 10.1.2010

I thought I heard profanities in Italian coming from the Heaven’s.

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