Hi-res images can be attributed to many aspects within a camera and its equipment — the sensor and the lens tend to be the most underlying factors to produce that beautiful picture you’re chasing after. Enter Phase One’s newest digital competitor: The XF. With a Schneider Kreuznach 80mm LS lens and a Sony-built medium format sensor that packs a whopping 100 MP, the Danish company has given the megapixel race a serious contender when it comes to crop-ability and hi-resolution imagery. If you’ll remember, the Hasselblad H4D-200MS contained a 50 MP sensor that combined four or six shots together to create one image; the XF’s Sony-developed sensor with true 16-bit color, 15 f-stops of dynamic range, live view capability and an ISO range of 50 – 12800 captures all details into one single shot. Pick up your own at authorized Phase One dealers for $48,990 USD. Check out the camera, along with (albeit Internet compressed) sample shots of what it can do, in the gallery above.