The Fujifilm GFX 100 and the Hasselblad H6D 400c are both high-resolution monster cameras. Each camera can shoot 100-megapixel files, and if you use the pixel shift features, you can produce huge 400-megapixel images. This is more resolution than any camera on the market, and we decided to compare both camera systems.
In a recent video, we compared the pixel shift features from The Fujifilm GFX 100 against the Hasselblad H6D 400c. Although both cameras sit in slightly different categories, the features and resolution are close enough to perform a relatively fair comparison. The two biggest differences between both systems are the price and the fact that the Hasselblad is a more niche camera for specific uses with a bigger sensor, whereas the Fujifilm is a more well-rounded camera system.
In most circumstances, the Fujifilm will likely outperform the Hasselblad camera due to its significantly better autofocus system and general speed and usability. However, when it comes to pixel shift or multi-shot, the Hasselblad remains completely unmatched. The two biggest problems with the Fujifilm is the fact that it's limited to the electronic shutter while using this feature and that it requires 16 images in order to complete one pixel shift file, which results in 3.2 GB worth of data.
Ultimately, the Hasselblad is a much better camera system for this one particular feature. You can watch how each camera performs in the video linked above.