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A Canon Large Format Digital Camera Could Be Really Cool, But Thats Not What Were Getting

If you have been into photography for any length of time you should likely understand the idea that generally bigger is better when it comes to imaging sensor size. Smaller sensors have gotten pretty good over the years, but no matter what, cameras with larger sensors have always had that anything you can do, I can do better leg up over cameras with smaller sensors. thephoblographer.com

2018-6-20 01:00

Does sensor size still make a difference?

We've seen huge breakthroughs in the computational photography techniques in the latest smartphones, as well as the launch of some excellent small sensors in more traditional cameras. Does that mean that bigger is no longer necessarily better? To answer that question, let's look at why big sensors tend to produce better image quality and what smaller-sensored cameras and smartphones are doing to close the gap. dpreview.com

2018-5-29 16:00

Industry News: CMOS Sensor Sales Are at An All-Time High

Things are going really well for CMOS sensor makers according to IC Insights. IC Insightsreports: The spread of digital camera applications in vehicles, machine vision, human recognition and security systems, as well as for more powerful camera phones will drive CMOS image sensor sales to an eighth straight record-high level this year with worldwide revenues Read more... canonrumors.com

2018-5-11 23:35

Canon shows video shot with their new 120 megapixel sensor

We know Sony will launch a new 150 Megapixel medium format sensor in 2019. But Canon surely isn’t standing quiet. Today they publsihed this video showing the image quality delivered by their 120 Megapixel APS-H sensor: Impressive! I am pretty sure the day is coming when A7 camera will get a 100+ megapixel Full Frame […] The post Canon shows video shot with their new 120 megapixel sensor appeared first on sonyalpharumors. sonyalpharumors.com

2018-3-30 18:18

Panasonic unveils 'industry-first' 8K organic image sensor with global shutter

Panasonic has developed an 8K image sensor capable of shooting 60p video, with wide dynamic range and global shutter. The latter removes the 'rolling shutter' effect from stills and video. The sensor combines an organic photosensitive film that sits atop CMOS circuitry, circumventing one of the biggest problems with traditional global shutter CMOS chips: co-located photosensitive and charge storage areas that compete with one another for space within the surface area of each pixel. dpreview.com

2018-2-22 00:45