Sony Announces First BSI Stacked CMOS Sensor with Pixel-Parallel A/D Converter That Enables Global Shutter
No other way to put it: This is a big deal
Rolling Shutter (That ‘Wobbly’ Effect In Your Video) | What it is, Why It Occurs, & What’s Next
Perhaps one of the more pervasive and lingering issues with modern digital sensor tech is the phenomenon known as rolling…
A New Low-Light Innovation From The Inventor Of The CMOS
Imagine pixels that could even sense and record a single photon? Imagine a sensor full of those to take in low light better than anything now. Imagine no more.
CMOS & CCD Sensors | How They Work & Where They’re Heading
Here’s a little look into how the sensors we rely on actually work, and where they’re headed.
Phase One Introduces First CMOS-based Medium Format Camera
COPENHAGEN, January 24, 2014 — Phase One introduced today the world’s first CMOS-based medium format digital camera back. The new…
Panasonic Developing Groundbreaking High-Sensitivity Sensors Featuring Color Micro-Splitters Instead of Traditional Color Filters
A traditional camera sensor uses color filters to record color into its RGB array. Unfortunately, this absorbs light the same way a color gel for flash absorbs light. Panasonic’s groundbreaking micro color-splitters work like micro prisms in splitting colors without losing light intensity.
Mighty Little Brother: Fujifilm’s New X-E1 Mirrorless Camera!
The Fujifilm X-E1 has almost everything that made the Fujifilm X-Pro 1 popular, from its cool retro form factor to the highly-acclaimed APS-C X-Trans CMOS Sensor, but at a $1,000 price tag entry point.