Never heard of the names Willard S Boyle and George E Smith before? Well, remember them now — thanks to their invention, you're able to use a digital camera today.
Nikon's projector cam is back and has a cable for connecting to Apple devices.
Urban teens are leaving CCD and CMOS sensors behind in favor of a technology their grandparents would have found familiar: analog film photography.
The pretty sweet-looking ultracompact Z700EXR joins the manufacturer's four other models using a Super CCD EXR sensor.
BC Tech releases a "medical camera with eyes" that's just 3 millimeters in diameter, features four LEDs, and has 400x400 resolution CCD streaming at 30 frames per second.
The replacement for the FinePix S100FS has the same lens but incorporates Fujifilm's latest version of its Super CCD.
The 10x zoom FinePix F70EXR gets new shooting features thanks to its Super CCD EXR sensor.
Unsurprisingly, Nikon's replacement for the D40, the D3000, is faster with higher resolution.
The company introduces both a flip-down-and-twist LCD and video capture in its new consumer dSLR.
The FinePix F200EXR incorporates Fujifilm's new Super CCD EXR sensor for an ostensibly wider dynamic range.