It might seem counter intuitive, but a Hasselblad is really easy to hand hold, and I do it very often. It's also a lot lighter than you might think.
All in all, a very versatile camera that can be used successfully for almost any type of work. Studio, portrait, product, landscape... The only thing you can't do very well is hide it. The mirror slap is very loud, and it's not good for candids.
But it is the best compromise between quality, versatility, and ease of use that I have so far come across!

Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
That is easy! Trade the two in for a Hasselblad. You wil be glad you did.