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OmniVision OV16E10: a high-end sensor for mainstream smartphones

OmniVision OV16E10: a high-end sensor for mainstream smartphones

Designed with image stabilization for video and still capture in mind and featuring PDAF, the new OV16E10 16MP sensor from Omnivision delivers 4K UHD at 60fps or 720p video at…

Sony Starvis: a CMOS to see in the dark

Sony Starvis: a CMOS to see in the dark

Visibility under the Starlight is where STARVIS got its name from. According to Sony, this new sensor provides high-sensitivity performance suitable for night filming. Canon introduced recently and displayed…

New Canon sensor has 250 million pixels

New Canon sensor has 250 million pixels

Canon has developed an APS-H size (29.2×20.2mm) CMOS sensor incorporating approximately 250 million pixels (19580 x 12600 pixels), the world’s highest number of…

Has Micro Four Thirds Reached Its Pixel Limit?

Has Micro Four Thirds Reached Its Pixel Limit?

Let’s be clear. Everybody gets excited when Sony, Nikon or Canon raise the number of pixels, by millions, in their cameras. Or frowns when they do not do it…

Is Panasonic Returning to Their CINE System?

Is Panasonic Returning to Their CINE System?

Panasonic is mostly known for their Lumix GH4 when it comes to video, but this may have been an accident, as the true camera they wanted to sell the movie…

Toshiba Sensor Allows Full HD Video at 240fps

Toshiba Sensor Allows Full HD Video at 240fps

 The start of commercial shipments of the T4K82, a 13-megapixel BSI CMOS image sensor from Toshiba that allows smartphones and tablets to record full HD video at 240…

The TLCI Color Rendering Index: Does It Really Work? Color Me Skeptical

The TLCI Color Rendering Index: Does It Really Work? Color Me Skeptical

CRI is meaningless when it comes to measuring LED or fluorescent lights. TLCI hopes to replace CRI in the film industry, but I have my doubts&#8230…