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.
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Other high-speed cameras can have asking prices in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. The Edgertronic achieves a similar effect for just US$5000.
Photographer Mark Gee has captured some beautiful footage of a full moon rising over New Zealand, showing the silhouettes of observers in its wake.
Among a host of pricey new products announced today, Leica introduced a monochrome-only version of its M-series rangefinder body.
It's Canon's top-scoring model on DxO Labs' image sensor test, but it's not much better than its 3-year-old predecessor, and it trails Nikon's D800.
The compact camera has a mirrorless design that can use Pentax's K mount SLR lenses, has a relatively large sensor, and costs $900 with a fast 40mm lens.
With a new model entering the top of its enthusiast compact camera line, Canon introduces the largest sensor available in that market segment.
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.
Fujifilm capitalizes on the buzz around its X100 to enter the enthusiast compact market with a very different, yet still retro-looking model.