Post Thumbnail

While we're still scratching around with Ultrapixels and OIS, scientists in Singapore claim they're working on something that could change the entire field of photography. Researchers at the Nanyang Technological University have developed an image sensor made out of graphene that's 1,000 times bet

1 year ago 0 Comments
May 31, 2013 at 8:31AM
Post Thumbnail

For whatever reason, Canon seemed more concerned with showing off its engineering prowess than finding a use for the giant 8-inch CMOS sensor it created last year. Fortunately, the super-powerful snapper has found its way into the 105-centimeter Schmidt Telescope at the University of Tokyo's Ki

3 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Hot on the heels of its P7000 firmware update, Nikon has just released one for its D7000 DSLR as well. The update was created for the sole purpose of fixing the hot pixel issue that pops up when taking videos in low light. While this doesn't completely eliminate the problem, the \"bright spots\" effe

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Nikon's D3S didn't exactly emerge out of nowhere, but the DSLR's boosted ISO ceiling of over 100,000 (102,400, if we're being precise) has certainly shaken up the industry. Nikon claims that it's set a new bar for low-light performance and raw speed in the crowded DSLR arena, and we were tickled

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Taking photos and videos in low-light situations has always involved some kind of tradeoff: you can either crank up the ISO and reduce image quality significantly, use something like Sony's NightShot and add that alien green tint to everything, or trust your image stabilizer to go from wacky-blurry

7 years ago 0 Comments