Monday, March 4, 2013

Cannon promises camera that can see in the dark

Cannon have announced a new high-sensitivity 35 mm full-frame CMOS sensor which will be used exclusively for video shooting. With the new CMOS censor just a little light is more than enough. An example would be the light that is emitted from an incense stick, the low light of a star etc. This is as legit as it can ever get and you just got to watch the video to believe. When shooting a video, you know how the movie appears when night-vision is turned on. This is nothing like that - some video footage comes out as clear as the light of day. An unbelievable clarity is achieved and the CMOS sensor must belong to the cameras of the future.

Camera that can see in the dark by CannonThis is much better that Cannon's own 5D series know for its ability to record in low-light. The camera once fully developed will first be put to non-consumer use like in surveillance and natural observation. The camera will be able to record in the light without messing with the color at all, like other night-vision cameras. Check the video below to see for yourself.

Source: Cannon

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