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Nikon cameras have had excellent sensors in them for many years, principally because Sony's been making them. But this new sensor could be a game-changer, with super-slow motion, huge dynamic range, and exposure live-adjusted throughout the image.Continue ReadingCategory: Photography, TechnologyTags: Nikon, Super slow motion, CMOS sensor, Digital Video
Sigma's full-frame sensor development project has been a tumultuous saga. At Photokina in 2018, Sigma's CEO Kazuto Yamaki unveiled the company's ambitious plans to develop a full-frame camera based on Sigma's Foveon sensor technology. The company's Foveon sensor has long been one of the most distinct image sensors on the market, so the promise of a new full-frame image sensor
In this latest edition of 'In Other News,' we will feature Laowa lens news, Nikon sensor developments, tips and techniques, and much more. The photographer you should check out this week is Kesha Lambert, a portrait and wedding photographer and the latest participant in B&H's '21 Questions' video series. There's a lot of ground to cover this week, so without further ad
Nikon Japan has announced (machine-translated) it’s developed a 17.84-megapixel 1”-type multi-layer CMOS image sensor that can capture high dynamic range video at up to 1,000 frames per second.Nikon is known to use Sony sensors in a number of its imaging products, but it also develops its own sensor technology. Case in point is this new 1”-type backside-illuminated (BSI) CMOS sensor, which offers
Sensor manufacturer OmniVision has announced the specifications for the OV50A, a new 50MP 1/1.5" smartphone camera sensor that offers 100% phase detection autofocus (PDAF) coverage.The OV50A is built using OmniVision’s PureCel Plus-S stacked die technology and offers 50MP resolution with one micron pixel size, selective conversion gain, on-chip remosaic and quad phase detection (QPD) autofocus. O
Human sweat contains all kinds of valuable biomarkers that can be used to track different aspects of human health, such as glucose levels in diabetics or metabolic conditions during exercise, and a new breed of wearable sensors promise to make this a rather simple undertaking. Scientists at Switzerland’s École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) have just developed the first of these design
The Sony Alpha 1's sensor is so fast that it got Jordan thinking... Could the new a1 use computational photography like a smartphone to create even better photos? We explore this idea, and what it might mean for future cameras.Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get new episodes of DPReview TV every week.IntroductionPrevious attempts at computational techniques in mirrorlessWhy the a1 sensor is s
Insta360 ONE Rfrom $300 | Insta360The Insta360 One R is a modular action and 360 camera that snaps together like Lego bricks. It allows users to choose between three cameras or mods, depending on the most important features. A '1-Inch Edition' ($550) uses a large 1"-type sensor, features a Leica-branded lens, and captures 5.3K video and 19MP images, a '360 Edition' ($430) captures 5.7K spherical
OmniVision has announced the details of the OV40A, a 40-megapixel image sensor designed to be paired with the next generation of smartphones.The 1/1.7” sensor is built on OmniVision’s PureCel Plus-S stacked die technology, features 1.0 micron pixels and offers ‘super high gain and de-noise technologies for the best-in-class low light camera performance’ for its size. OmniVision says the OV40A off
OmniVision Technologies has revealed the details of the OV32B, a new 32MP 1/3” image sensor for front-facing cameras in smartphones.The OV32B is built on OmniVision’s PureCel Plus stacked die technology and its pixels measure 0.7 microns across. The sensor integrates a 4-cell color filter array as well as on-chip hardware re-mosaicing and 2–3 exposure HDR timing. In low-light conditions, the sens


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