Discussion in 'The Watering Hole' started by Herman, Sep 2, 2010.
Thank you Herman. Is this the first time this information has been out? I see from Canon's site this is dated August 31st. Seems to be pretty important news: The press release is headlined: "Canon succeeds in developing world's largest CMOS image sensor, with ultra-high sensitivity" then there's the photo...and then
buggers - (I'm a Nikon fan!)
I'm trying to visualize the size of a "normal" lens, required to feed this sensor. 300mm?
I wouldn't mind a compact camera with this sensor
Here you go this camera uses 9 inches by 18 inches film. Scanning the developed film and converting it to digital they figure it has the equivalent on 9 gigapixels. The Sharpest Image | Popular Science I'm trying to visualize the size of a "normal" lens, required to feed this sensor. 300mm?
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