Canon is developing a camera with a resolution of 120 megapixels!

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Canon has announced that she was able to develop a CMOS sensor is APS-H size with a resolution ... 120 Mn. Its dimensions - 29,2 x20, 2 mm, the sensor of the same size used in its professional SLR cameras Canon EOS-1D. The new 120 megapixel sensor Canon includes a 7.5 times more pixels than its sensor at the highest resolution now available for sale. The company calls its new 120 megapixel CMOS sensor (13280x9184 pixels) having the highest resolution in the industry for such dimensions.

In addition, it can record video Full HD (1920x1080 pixels), using only 1 / 60 of the area. And you can imagine what the quality will have a 120 megapixel images obtained with its help. True, it's hard to say when, Canon will go to commercial supplies of such sensors, "monsters" and the more production of digital cameras based on them. It is likely that this is not the very near future.