Hasselblad Announces Support for Standards Related to Cultural Preservation Imaging Methods and Technologies
Hasselblad announces a formal intention to support ISO Standards related to cultural preservation imaging methods and technologies. The goal of this initiative is to fully support and lead the industry as the global cultural heritage community embraces best practices.
Hasselblad has always believed in outstanding image quality, but with this announcement we are making a strong commitment to support the ISO standards listed below and ongoing standardization efforts.
- ISO 19262 – Photography – Archiving Systems – Vocabulary
- ISO 19263 – Photography – Archiving Systems – Part 1: Best practices for digital image capture of cultural heritage material
- ISO 19264 – Photography – Archiving Systems – Image quality analysis – Part 1: Reflective originals
- ISO 17321-3 – Graphic technology and photography – Color characterization of digital still cameras (DSCs) – Part 3: User controls and readouts for scene-referred imaging applications
- ISO 12234-3 – Electronic still picture imaging – Removable memory – Part 3: XMP for digital photography
Ove Bengtsson, Product Manager at Hasselblad states, “We believe that the measurement of image reproduction against a set of ISO standards is a major step forward to reduce misconceptions in the area of high quality reproduction as well as to increase quality and reproducibility of the image.”