Purchase A Moto Z, Get The Hasselblad True Zoom For $249.99

Motorola had announced the Hasselblad True Zoom Moto Mod earlier this year alongside the Moto Z Play. It happens to be the latest Moto Mod to join the lineup, which includes the JBL SoundBoost Speaker, the Moto Insta-Share Projector, and the Incipio offGRID Power Pack. The Hasselblad True Zoom Moto Mod is able to work with any of the current Moto Z smartphones and can be attached to a Moto Z to offer up to 10x optical zoom. It has been less than a month since its announcement and Motorola is already offering discounts for its latest Moto Mod.

The Hasselblad True Zoom is currently priced at $299.99 on Motorola's US online store, but if you buy one now, you can get it for $50 cheaper, bringing its price down to $249.99. However, there is a catch, in order to be eligible for the discount, you would need to purchase a Moto Z smartphone alongside the Hasselblad True Zoom. While this may be great for those who plan on buying a Moto Z device soon, this will not suit those who already own a Moto Z device and plan on getting the Hasselblad True Zoom accessory. This offer runs until 31st October, or while stocks last, whichever comes first. The discount will appear in your cart when you are checking out.

If you would like a refresh regarding the specs of the Hasselblad True Zoom, read on. The Moto Mod comes with a 12MP BSI CMOS sensor. It is a 1 / 2.3-inch size sensors and the pixels are 1.55um in size. As for its flash capabilities, it comes with a Xenon flash, allowing for nicely illuminated pictures under low light conditions. It also comes with 4x digital zoom and 10x optical zoom. Optical image stabilization (OSI) is also a feature on this device, along with electronic image stabilization (EIS). With the Hasselblad True Zoom, you will be able to capture images in RAW format through the existing Moto Camera app that comes pre-installed on every Moto-branded smartphone. The camera comes with a ton of modes, such as Panorama, Video, Professional, Night Landscape, Night Portrait, Sports, Day Landscape, and Back Light Portrait.

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