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The LCD and EVF on the Hasselblad X1D are adequate, but obviously inferior to the best on the market (Leica SL EVF, Nikon D5 rear LCD, Panasonic GH5 EVF, presumably the Fujifilm GFX EVF and LCD both). An about $9000 camera (without lens) the X1D surely merits state of the art displays in both areas rather than consumer grade displays.
Color rendition is not particularly pleasing through the X1D EVF, at least in my initial usage involving dull rainy-sky natural lighting.
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