As one might expect (though perhaps not quite so soon after the H5D-50c announcement), Hasselblad has taken to Instagram to announce the H5D-200c MS, a 200-megapixel, multi-shot variant of the H5D-50c. The camera, which can still produce normal 50-megapixel stills at 6200 x 8272 pixels, also ads 4- and 6-shot capabilities for applications such as fine art reproduction, product photography, and more. At its highest resolution, the 200c MS produces massive and glory-clenching 600MB, 16-bit TIFF files.
With the same CMOS back as its little brother, the 200c MS still offers astounding medium format ISO performance range of 100-6400. While I haven't seen any actual figures, the pixel dimensions for those 200MP files should be in the neighborhood of 12,300 x 16,400, if not just a hair more.