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Canon Develops 8 x 8 inch Digital CMOS Sensor

dh003i (203189) writes | more than 3 years ago

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dh003i writes "Canon has developed a 8 x 8 inch CMOS digital sensor. It will be able to capture an image with 1/100th the light intensity required by a DSLR and will be able to record video at 60 fps in lighting half the intensity of moonlight. There are already many excellent quality lenses designed to cover 8 x 10 inches, although Canon may develop some of their own designed specifically for their requirements."
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JohnVanVliet (945577) | more than 3 years ago | (#33446430)

so we are back to the 8x10 cameras of the 1800's again
i guess in the near future i can get a new bask for my 4x5 view camera .

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