We’ve seen numerous camera experiments where a traditional smartphone manufacturer partners up with a photography company to improve the cameras on our phones. Most famously, the long term relationship between Carl Zeiss and Nokia. More recently, we reviewed the P9, which publicly kicked off a relationship between Leica and Huawei.

Circling back to a product we were very excited to hear about when it was announced, Motorola’s first MotoMod relationship with a camera company aimed for the stars in landing Hasselblad branding on a replacement camera system for the Moto Z. If you slap a name like Hasselblad on a photography product, we’re going to have exceedingly high expectations.

If you’re going to spend an extra $300 for a modular camera which snaps onto the back of your (already expensive) smartphone, shouldn’t that modular camera outperform the camera built into your phone? Let’s see how the Hasselblad True Zoom compares against the built in camera found on the Moto Z Force!

Moto Z Camera VS Hasselblad True Zoom MotoMod

Hasselblad True Zoom Review

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