Panoramic photography can be tricky. What's better? Canon's camera that shoots a single, 360° image. The tech uses a giant, 50 megapixel CMOS sensor and aspheric mirror to capture a sharp, sweeping photo, exceeding the human eye's measly 120° view.
A full-frame image sensor, like in the 5D Mark II or Nikon D3s, is the equivalent of 35 millimeters. This image sensor is 300 millimeters. This is how well it can see in the dark:
There's not really any info about this printer, but it's apparently so amazing Canon's got a countdown to the announcement—nearly six months away—and they won't let anybody take pictures of it. Updated.
You're not seeing the full picture—the picture that the world's first single-shot multi-band camera can see, because it's got six color filters mounted on its 50-megapixel CMOS sensor. Here's what it sees:
Canon's new HD camera, the XLh1, looks like something that you can use to shoot your remake of "The 1,000 Blows" featuring drag queens and hand puppets. The folks at CamcorderInfo are live-blogging CanonExpo as we speak and they're probably pumping their hands in the air, so we'll keep our eyes peeled for more info…