Officially it still only Hasselblad H4D-60 that is fully supported but, there is so far no problems when handling H4D-40/50.
Both the lossless compressed 3FR and the uncompressed FFF file format are supported.
The final question is how well of a job has Adobe done when it comes to the automatic lens correction and how well are colors shown compared to Hasselblad’s own software Phocus?
Below is to images showing the X-Rite ColorChecker Passport, one generated using the Hasselblad made profile and one using a custom made profile. As you can see the difference is not huge, at least not when compared to what the difference would look like if we did this test with a Canon or a Nikon… In other words, Hasselblad rocks when it comes to colors… (and basically everything else)
Hasselblad made Lightroom profile:
Custom made profile by me:
And just for show, here’s a screen shot of the lens correction list:
If you’re a Hasselblad shooter, please let me know what you think!?