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Scientists at the University of Sussex have created a sensor that could someday keep babies from dying of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). It takes the form of a flexible rubber tube filled with a solution of water, oil and particles of everyone's favorite wonder material, graphene...Continue Reading Liquid graphene sensor may save li'l livesCategory: Health & WellbeingTags: Baby
We've already seen things such as bracelets that monitor the wearer's exposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays. Now, L'Oréal has teamed up with Illinois' Northwestern University to create a tiny thumbnail-mounted gadget that does the same job. According to the university, it is the world's smallest wearable device – of any kind...Continue Reading Battery-less UV sensor claimed to be "world's sm
Sony has announced their 46th lens for E-Mount, the 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS. This kind of "do it all" lens is most commonly found as a kit-like option for new photographers and allows them to try a wide range of focal lengths as they learn the craft. Sony's announcement reaffirms their commitment to APS-C sensors and not just their full frame options. We say reaffirms, as last August Sony told
Space may be big, really big, but Earth orbit is getting a bit crowded as space debris accumulates and threatens operational spacecraft. Riding aboard the last Dragon cargo mission to the International Space Station was part of the answer to this problem. NASA's Space Debris Sensor (SDS) will be installed on the outside of the station, where it will spend the next two to three years monitorin
Component maker Synaptics says its first in-display fingerprint sensor is now in mass production. And it's coming to a phone made by one of the top five manufacturers in the world sometime next year – which may mean we won't see every Android phone maker switch to a Face ID-style biometric system...Continue Reading Synaptics has an in-display fingerprint sensor ready for your next phoneCatego
In October, the Nikon D850 was the first full-frame DSLR to hit the 100-point threshold on DxOMark's Sensor Score chart. Now the Nikon D850 has met its full-frame mirrorless match, the Sony A7R III. DxOMark has published its Sony A7R III sensor review and Sony's newest camera looks like a home run for the Japanese tech giant. Like the Nikon D850, the Sony A7R III has hit the century mark,
• Leica CL First Impressions • Update at 04:30 PM ET: We have published our Leica CL First Impressions and added links to it in this news. Leica has announced the Leica CL, the newest - and most expensive - addition to their APS-C camera system. Joining the TL2, the Leica CL employs a 24-megapixel APS-C format image sensor and Leica Maestro
As promised, DxOMark has continued to work on their medium format sensor reviews. Recently, they reviewed the Hasselblad X1D. Next up is the Pentax 645Z. The Pentax 645Z may be long in the tooth, having been released in June of 2014, but that doesn't mean that the 51-megapixel medium format sensor is outdated. The 43.8 x 32.8 millimeter sensor, which has the same specs as the sensor found in
Apple has quietly acquired Invisage, the camera sensor startup company behind QuantumFilm, according to a new report.Image Sensors World reports that Apple closed a deal to acquire InVisage back in July 2017, and that some of the employees of InVisage have joined Apple while others were let go.We first covered InVisage back in 2010, when the California-based startup announced QuantumFilm, a new i
Does it feel like a Hasselblad X1D day here at Imaging Resource? Earlier we shared the video from Hasselblad Chief of Strategy Ming Thein and his X1D experience in Iceland. Now we have news from DxOMark, who have reviewed the X1D sensor. As a "cropped" medium format sensor, the sensor found in the X1D-50C (and Fujifilm GFX 50S) is not quite as large as a traditional 6 x 4.5 medium-format frame (


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