907X & CFV 100C - FAQ

Compared with the 907X & CFV II 50C, what are the main upgrades in the 907X & CFV 100C?
1. The sensor’s resolution has been upgraded from 50 megapixels to 100 megapixels.
2. Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF) has been added.
3. A hot shoe adaptor port has been added.
4. A built-in 1TB SSD has been added.
5. The HEIF file format has been added.
6. A face detection function and a focus indicator have been added.
Does the camera support fast charging? What type of data cable is required?
Yes. This function requires a USB-C to USB-C cable and a charger supporting the PD 3.0 fast charging protocol. During fast charging, the peak charging power is 12W. Please note that if charging with a USB-A to USB-C cable, the charging power will be limited to 2W to protect power supply devices using the USB protocol.
How do I update the camera firmware?
Download the firmware from the official website and copy it to the root directory of the CFexpress Type B memory card or SSD. Go to General > Service in the camera menu, locate the firmware update section, and tap Check for Update. Select the downloaded firmware file and tap to confirm the update. Wait for the progress bar to complete, and the camera will automatically restart.
How do I check the total number of lens exposures?
You can go to General > About > Usage in the camera menu to check the total number of lens exposures.
How do I use the camera’s Wi-Fi function?
The Wi-Fi function is primarily used with the Phocus Mobile 2 app for tethered shooting and image management. Launch the app after enabling the camera’s Wi-Fi, and the device will automatically detect nearby cameras. Click to confirm the connection.
Does the camera support HDMI output?
What is the maximum tilting angle of the display?
The display has two tilting positions: 40° and 90°.
Why does the photo file size not decrease when shooting with the 14-bit colour depth?
Whether it is 14-bit or 16-bit colour depth, each colour component uses 2 bytes of storage, so the photo file size remains consistent.
What photo formats does the camera support? How large is a photo file?
The 907X & CFV 100C supports outputting in RAW, JPG, and HEIF formats. The RAW files are about 200MB, the JPG files are about 40MB, and the HEIF files are about 20MB. However, the file size may vary depending on the content captured.
What is the photo resolution in the non-crop mode?
The resolution is consistently 11656×8472.
Does the camera support continuous shooting? What is the continuous shooting speed?
Yes. With 14-bit colour depth and RAW format shooting only, the continuous shooting speed is about 3fps, thanks to the high-speed storage of the 1TB SSD.
How many photos can be taken with a fully charged battery?
According to the CIPA standard, the camera can take approximately 420 photos with a fully charged battery.
How do I enable the face detection function when taking photos?
You can enable the face detection function on the camera control screen, where you can also select either Manual or Auto mode.
Does the camera support continuous autofocus? What are the focus methods?
No. The available focus methods are Single Point and Face Detection.
What is the ISO range of the camera?
What is the maximum exposure time for long-exposures?
The maximum exposure time can reach 68 minutes.
When using the electronic shutter to take photos indoors, how do I avoid the occurrence of light and dark bands?
To effectively prevent alternating light and dark bands in photos, set the electronic shutter speed to an integer multiple of the flicker cycle. For instance, in regions using a 50Hz AC power supply, select shutter speeds such as 1/250, 1/500, 1/750, 1/1000, 1/2000, etc.
How do I enable the flash synchronisation function when taking photos with a flash? What is the maximum sync speed?
When using a recommended flash,* Hasselblad XCD lenses support flash synchronisation at all shutter speeds, and the maximum sync speed depends on the lens’s shutter speed.

* Flashes that support high-speed flash synchronisation (TTL) must have a Nikon hot shoe. For more compatibility information, click “DATASHEET” in the navigation bar of the product page to check.
How should I choose between RAW, JPG, and HEIF formats?
In RAW format, you can choose between 14-bit or 16-bit colour depth, with an approximate file size of 200MB, offering extensive post-editing flexibility. With Phocus Mobile 2, you can fully exploit the advantages of the Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution (HNCS), and the files can also be opened and edited in Adobe series software.
JPG is a universal format with 8-bit colour depth and an approximate file size of 40MB. As a more compatible file format, it requires no specialised software to read, making it easy to view and share.
HEIF format offers 10-bit colour depth and better editing performance than JPG, with an approximate file size of 20MB, making it suitable for HDR post-processing workflows.
What types of CFexpress Type B memory cards can be used with the camera?
It is recommended to use the following memory cards for optimal storage performance:
1. Sony CEB-G Series CFexpress Type B Memory Card (128GB).
2. SanDisk Extreme Pro CFexpress Type B Memory Card (128GB, 256GB, 512GB).
Is hot-swapping supported with CFexpress Type B memory cards?
Yes. However, do not remove the CFexpress Type B memory card while the display shows the writing status so as to prevent data loss or damage to the memory card.
How much is the available capacity of the camera’s built-in SSD? How many photos can be stored?
The camera has a built-in 1TB SSD, with approximately 990GB available to users.
RAW: Approximately 4700 photos.
RAW+JPG: Approximately 4000 sets (1 RAW and 1 JPG make a set)
JPG: Approximately 28000 photos.
RAW+HEIF: Approximately 4300 sets (1 RAW and 1 HEIF make a set)
HEIF: Approximately 53000 photos.
How do I export photos stored in the camera?
To export to a computer: Connect the camera to the computer with a data cable and select Mass Storage mode on the camera. You can then export photos stored in the camera to the computer.
To export to a mobile device: After connecting to Phocus Mobile 2 on a mobile device via Wi-Fi, you can download photos to the mobile device.
Why is it so slow when copying photos stored in the camera?
Please use a high-speed USB-C 3.1 Gen 2 cable for the best performance.
Why does the CFexpress Type B memory card feel very hot when removed?
It is normal for CFexpress Type B memory cards to heat up during continuous use. After continuous operation of the camera, the card slot area will also heat up. Please avoid inserting or removing the CFexpress Type B memory card immediately afterwards to prevent the risk of burns.
Which flash models does the 907X & CFV 100C support?
In TTL mode, the following models are recommended:
Nikon flashes: SB-300, SB-500, SB-700, SB-5000.
Profoto flashes: A10, A1, and flash triggers such as Connect Pro, Connect, and Air Remote TTL.
Can I use the 907X & CFV 100C with the H or V Series lenses?
Yes, the Hasselblad H or V Series lenses can be attached through the XH or XV lens adapters for use.
Can I use the 907X & CFV 100C with the 907X & CFV II 50C accessories, like the Control Grip and Optical Viewfinder?
The 907X Control Grip and 907X Optical Viewfinder are compatible with the 907X & CFV 100C.
Which XCD lenses are supported by the 907X Optical Viewfinder?
There are two versions of the Optical Viewfinder: Optical Viewfinder (for XCD 21/30/45) and Optical Viewfinder (for XCD 28P/38V/55V).
Can I connect an external shutter release cable or flash trigger to the camera?
The Release Cord X can be connected externally. With the hot shoe adaptor, flash triggers with a Nikon hot shoe are also supported.
Which Hasselblad V Series camera bodies are supported by the CFV 100C?
The CFV 100C is compatible with the majority of Hasselblad film cameras*.

* Hasselblad film cameras launched after 1957 are supported; further details can be found in the CFV 100C User Manual.
How can I mount the CFV 100C to a Hasselblad V Series camera body?
Detailed mounting instructions can be found in the 907X & CFV 100C tutorial videos.
Is the camera waterproof?