Canon viser 120 mega pixel crop sensor

Canon viser 120 mega pixel crop sensor

Canon har annonceret at de arbejder på en 120 megapixel 29.2 x 20.x mm APS-H CMOS sensor, samme størrelse som benyttes i deres EOS 1D serie.

 

Men den nye sensor har hele 7½ gange så mange pixel en hvad Canon ellers har i deres digitale spejlrefleks makeraer i dag.

 

Canon er ikke kommet med en dato for hvornår den nye sensor kommer i en egentlig produktion.

 

 

Canon Inc. announced today that it has successfully developed an APS-H-size*1 CMOS image sensor that delivers an image resolution of approximately 120 megapixels (13,280 x 9,184 pixels), the world's highest level*2 of resolution for its size.

 

Compared with Canon's highest-resolution commercial CMOS sensor of the same size, comprising approximately 16.1 million pixels, the newly developed sensor features a pixel count that, at approximately 120 million pixels, is nearly 7.5 times larger and offers a 2.4-fold improvement in resolution.*3

 

With CMOS sensors, while high-speed readout for high pixel counts is achieved through parallel processing, an increase in parallel-processing signal counts can result in such problems as signal delays and minor deviations in timing. By modifying the method employed to control the readout circuit timing, Canon successfully achieved the high-speed readout of sensor signals. As a result, the new CMOS sensor makes possible a maximum output speed of approximately 9.5 frames per second, supporting the continuous shooting of ultra-high-resolution images.

 

Canon's newly developed CMOS sensor also incorporates a Full HD (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) video output capability. The sensor can output Full HD video from any approximately one-sixtieth-sized section of its total surface area.

 

Images captured with Canon's newly developed approximately 120-megapixel CMOS image sensor, even when cropped or digitally magnified, maintain higher levels of definition and clarity than ever before. Additionally, the sensor enables image confirmation across a wide image area, with Full HD video viewing of a select portion of the overall frame.

 

Through the further development of CMOS image sensors, Canon will break new ground in the world of image expression, targeting new still images that largely surpass those made possible with film, and video movies that capitalize on the unique merits of SLR cameras, namely their high mobility and the expressive power offered through interchangeable lenses.


Link: Canon

Skrevet den 26. Aug 2010. Nyheden er læst 1198 gang(e).

Del med dine venner

     

0 kommentarer
Skriv kommentar til nyheden Kommentarer til nyheden fra Facebook

 

Nyeste Videoer og Trailers

Seneste nyheder
0

Tweak.dk Unboxing: Philips Avance ProBlend 6 HR2096 blender

I pakken, som vi fik tilsendt
Læs Mere
0

Tweak.dk unboxer XFX R9 290X 4 GB og KFA2 GeForce GTX 970 EXOC 4 GB

Endnu to emner er blevet unbox
Læs Mere
0

Det skete på Tweak.dk i uge 13

Hvis du gik glip af ugens nyhe
Læs Mere
0

Ny maling fra Volvo kan redde liv

Nu bliver det snart mere sikke
Læs Mere

0

Store festivaler forbyder selfiesticks

Hvis du er en af dem, der elsk
Læs Mere
95

GIVEAWAY! Vind med Noctua og Tweak.dk!

Tweak.dk sparker uge 14 i gang
Læs Mere
2

Ny video viser usårlig Galaxy S6 Edge

Som du sikkert ved, så har Sam
Læs Mere
0

Vilde seertal til eSport event i Katowice

Hvis du troede, at der ikke va
Læs Mere
Indsend nyhed
Har du fundet en fed nyhed så indsend den så alle andre på Tweak.dk kan få glæde af den.