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Canon develops 120-megapixel APS-H CMOS

There are probably some commercial applications for Canon's (relatively) huge, fast array of tiny, tiny pixels, but I'll be danged if I can come up with them.

By 25 August 2010


​Canon's 250-megapixel sensor powers eagle-eyed camera

Technology in the super high resolution design could trickle down to consumer products in coming years -- but Canon fans should think twice before boasting about the achievement.

By 7 September 2015


Amazing full moon rising video shot at 1300mm

Photographer Mark Gee has captured some beautiful footage of a full moon rising over New Zealand, showing the silhouettes of observers in its wake.

By 1 February 2013


Canon loads EOS-1D X with new tech, hopes, and dreams

The new pro dual-grip body consolidates the EOS-1D Mark IV and EOS-1Ds Mark III into a single full-frame, fast-shooting model.

By 18 October 2011


Canon develops largest CMOS sensor

Canon has announced that it has developed the world's largest CMOS sensor, 40 times the size of the largest CMOS sensor that appears in its full-frame cameras.

By 31 August 2010


Canon creates world's biggest CMOS sensor: BeheMOS!

Canon has built the world's largest CMOS sensor, some 40 times bigger than full frame: about the right size for Peter Crouch

By 31 August 2010


Canon develops mammoth camera sensor

Overcoming some technical hurdles, the Japanese camera maker has made an exotic image sensor measuring 202x205mm.

By 1 September 2010


Photographers bless improved Canon autofocus

Early reviews of Canon's 1D Mark IV SLR by professional photographers indicate Canon could be on its way to shaking a reputation for sub-par autofocus.

By 1 January 2010


A romp through the camera rumor mill

Leakages abound on the 'Net about various dSLR and interchangeable-lens models.

By 23 June 2009


End of the line for Canon's midsize sensor?

It ain't over till it's over, but it looks like Canon's intermediate-size APS-H sensor line, found in 1D Mark III SLRs used by photojournalists, may be at the end of its life span.

By 7 February 2008