Nikon Patents A 35mm f/2 Lens For A Curved Full Frame Sensor | Our Minds Race At What This Could Mean
After a string of bad press Nikon is back grabbing column inches with some interesting and positive news. First, there…
Microsoft Curved Sensor | “Our Prototype Camera System Is Sharper Than Any Known Commercially Available Camera…”
After seven years of research, Microsoft has opened up about the advances their Project Vermont has made in curved sensor…
New Sony QX30 and Z3 To Be Announced September 3 [RUMOR]
It was big news last year when Sony announced the QX series of smart phone mounted zoom lenses. The idea was simple, to put the entire camera in side the lens, so it could be clipped/mounted to and controlled by a smartphone. Overall, the concept has worked…
Interesting New Rumor Says Sony May Have Two RX Full Frame Cameras In The Works…
We have been pretty sure, based on current rumors, that Sony will release the first of its new curved sensors in an RX Full Frame camera with a 35mm F/1.8 prime lens. But now some new rumors have surfaced that say Sony may not just be coming out with one curved sensor RX Full Frame, but a second one as well.
Sony’s Curved Sensor Tech To Make Its Debut In Early 2015
We have talked about Sony’s revolutionary new curved sensor tech a few times now. It seems the technology is farther along than I personally thought it was, and according to a couple of new rumors, this tech could be seen in the market as soon as early 2015.
First Image From Sony’s Curved Sensor Surface Online
We told you a little while back about how Sony was developing a new curved imaging sensor. Well, it appears that the new sensor is far enough along that they can get images off of it, as the first ever published image from the sensor hit the web today.
First Image Of Sony’s Sexy New Curved Full Frame Sensor
Sony hasn’t been hiding the fact that they have been working on a new curved sensor design, the news has been out since April or so. But the first images of these curved sensors only just now made it to the web.