I'm glad that Hasselblad realized they were shooting themselves in the foot by keeping the H3D/H4D digital cameras proprietary with their own digital backs. Basically cutting out Leaf, Sinar, and Phase 1, AND film users(those of us who can afford such an expensive camera ). Well done Hasselblad! I owned an H2 for about a year, sold it because my growing addiction to LF photography . Very nice camera. But the lenses were to expensive for me at the time to expand my kit from the 80/2.8 kit lens, so I sold it(for a profit too ).
I'm still using Hasselblad now though, just with a 6X6 kit.