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Sony shows off low-light footage from A7s

Sony has demonstrated how its new A7s camera can see in the dark with this sample video.

By 14 April 2014

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Samsung's Isocell sensor to boost low-light and colour performance

A new sensor developed by Samsung could help improve photos taken in low-light conditions by producing a more true representation of colour than existing sensors.

By 25 September 2013

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Low-light photography with the Nokia Lumia 925

We take the Lumia 925's camera for a spin in the dark.

5 Images By 26 July 2013

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Sony RX100 II promises improved low-light skills for £650

Sony's RX100 II packs a 20.2-megapixel sensor with boosted low-light capabilities into a compact digital body for £650.

By 27 June 2013

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Graphene sensor holds the key to better low-light photos

Graphene is the key to a new image sensor developed at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, that is 1000 times more sensitive to light than traditional models.

By 31 May 2013

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Nokia video ad touts Lumia 928's low-light camera

The new spot shines a light on the phone's ability to snap photos and videos at night.

By 21 May 2013

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Nokia Lumia 928 leaks again, promises best low-light camera

What appears to be a billboard showing the Nokia Lumia 928 has sprung up, claiming it has the best low-light camera of any smart phone.

By 5 May 2013

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NightPod helps astronauts take low-light photos on the ISS

Grabbing a steady shot in the middle of the night is hard enough without a tripod when you're on Earth. How do the astronauts aboard the International Space Station manage?

By 7 February 2013

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Low Latency 96: Golden light years away

The cast of Star Wars Episode VII has been announced. Someone tell them!

By 3 May 2014

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Why the iPhone 4 takes good low-light photos: BSI CMOS sensors explained!

Backside-illuminated CMOS sensors can be found in everything from the Apple iPhone 4 and HTC Evo 4G to camcorders and point-and-shoots. Here's why you want one--and why you don't.

By 3 February 2011