Perhaps BG has it pegged. If you just base it on materials used, manufacturing costs...etc...alone that probably would not explain the extremely inflated costs of a Hasselblad. I too believe it's more likely because they are sold in a more limited numbers (vs. DSLR's) that they are able to ask for such high prices. And managed to make a name for themselves with a great marketing team over the years. More so than because they are that much technically superior than a good DSLR.
And, thanks for the link TCav. Surprising and interesting find. Assuming you take the word of a post-processing software company.
Offering camera comparisons now are they? Heh!!
Any how on to other topics.