Last year we drooled over the Hasselblad H3DII-50 and its 50 megapixel sensor, but now the line has gotten better with a multi-shot version of the camera. You'll be able to take pictures of your empty wallet so much faster.
The H3DII-50 MS records four shots in a row by "moving the sensor by one pixel between each shot to record full RGB values at each position." And while the picture quality is supposed to be fantastic, it's still tough to swallow the $34,000 price tag unless you're one very serious shutterbug. [Hasselblad via DP Review via Engadget]