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Canon has developed a super-sensitive sensor for night video
Canon has developed a super-sensitive sensor for night video March 7, 2013
Shoot high quality video in low light conditions will soon become much easier thanks to the new 35-mm full-format CMOS-sensor, developed by Canon . Video-centric sensor is able to capture high-definition images (Full HD) illumination 0.03 lux – about the light gives a crescent.
Each pixel of the sensor has a size of 19 microns. According to Canon , it is 7.5 times larger than that of a top pixel sensor camera EOS-1D X and other “SLR” premium. Typically, larger pixels produce noise. To remedy this shortcoming, Canon has used a new control scheme pixels.
In addition to the normal shooting, Canon plans to use the new sensor in the tracking systems, medical and astronomical observations. The demo video is here .
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