Thursday , March 22 2018

The latest Moto Mod is a Hasselblad camera module with 10x Optical Zoom and a Xenon flash

Using IFA as a launching pad, Lenovo has announced the Hasselblad True Zoom Moto Mod for their recently launched Moto Z phone.

The mod is from well known Swedish camera maker Hasselblad who has been producing high-end medium format cameras since 1941. The True Zoom camera mod features a 10x Optical Zoom with a manual shutter button and zoom control. The Mod will also give you the option to start shooting RAW on your Moto Z – if you have one.

As part of the deal, Lenovo is offering automatic backup and unlimited free storage of photos, at their original quality for two years with Google Photos.

The Moto Mod will go on-sale in Europe and the US in September, with the unit priced at 299€/$299 when it reaches retailers.

Source: Motorola.

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