This Is What a 120-Megapixel Camera Looks Like
September 2, 2010
That tiny, cropped area on the right, pulled out from the larger image on the left? That’s 1080p video running at 60 frames per second. And you can zoom in and out of any part of the image in real time. At the full 120-megapixel resolution, the camera outputs 1.4 frames a second at a data rate of 2.52Gbps. And this is the surprisingly small sensor that makes it happen:
Pretty astounding, even if it is years away from anything we’ll get our hands on. [Canon Expo]
This post has been written by matt buchanan on Sep 2, 2010 01:03 PM couresy of gizmodo.com.