Now that you’ve wasted precious moments of your life saving $10 here, $8 there and $6.23 in your local Target, how’s about a Black Friday deal that you’ll never forget. Hasselblad’s Ferrari-branded H4D medium format camera, which we saw unveiled earlier this year at Photokina, is now shipping to the affluent, the zany, and the select few that happen to be both. So far as we can tell, this is just an H4D with a Ferrari-approved design scheme, and neither point helps to make this thing anywhere near affordable. A grand total of 499 are being made available today, with each one to run €21,499 ($28,425) + tax. Who knew you’d be buying something today that’s only purchasable via your Centurion card — puts a whole new spin on Black Friday, huh?
Also, Hasselblad has just revealed yet another variant of the famed H4D-40, with the Stainless Steel edition offering a classy, classic motif and another limited run item for collectors to snatch up. Only 100 of these will be produced, with each one selling for €13,990 ($18,497) sans lens or €14,990 ($19,809) with the HC 2.8/80 mm. If this guy’s more “within reach” than the Italian-inspired alternative, hit up your local dealer as soon as humanly possible… or just before your 100 closest friends, anyway.