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Fermilab's 500 megapixel digital camera

Peter Rojas
May 27, 2004
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It didn't take long for someone build a digital camera that could actually use the entire 12GB of storage space available on Pretec's new $15,000 CompactFlash memory card: Fermilab just built a digital camera with a resolution of 500 megapixels. But before you start saving your pennies for one,  the Dark Energy Camera is a one-of-a-kind that is being attached to a telescope in Chile for use in Fermilab's Dark Energy Survey project.

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