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Phase One IQ250

Phase One's 50-megapixel IQ250 gives pro photographers a CMOS sensor option

By Jan. 24, 2014

MSRP: $34,990.00


Sony to dump $996 million into CMOS imaging production

Company says the investment will be handed over to its Semiconductor's Nagasaki Technology Center over a one-year period.

By Jun. 22, 2012


CMOs not ready for new world of marketing

A new study reveals that chief marketing officers are barely clued into the volume of data from social communications and other new-school marketing techniques.

By Oct. 10, 2011


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 Aug. 31, 2010


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 Aug. 24, 2010


Sony shows speedy CMOS superzoom

Sony's high-end megazoom adds a CMOS sensor, speedy burst shooting, a higher-grade lens, and a couple hundred dollars to the price.

By Mar. 2, 2009


Samsung updates HD camcorders with backside-illuminated CMOS

For 2010, Samsung updates its midrange H100 series with the significantly different H200 series, and rolls out backside-illuminated sensors throughout its HD products.

By Jan. 6, 2010


New CMOS sensors catching on in cameras

Mainstream CMOS chipmaking technology is becoming more competitive for capturing light in digital cameras. It's swept the high-end SLR market.

By Jan. 29, 2008


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 Feb. 2, 2011


Kodak Easyshare C513: CMOS definitely

Kodak has topped Sony and Canon's recent investment in CMOS sensor production by announcing the no-frills but seriously cheap C513, the first consumer compact to use CMOS instead of CCD

By Jul. 27, 2007