Canon Japan Unveils 250MP Image Sensor for ‘Wide Area Surveillance’
Canon Japan has just unveiled a new ultra-high-resolution image sensor for the industrial and surveillance market. The APS-H format sensor breaks new ground with a resolution of 250-megapixels… that’s 125x the resolution of Full HD, and 30x the resolution of 4K!
This isn’t the first time Canon has released an ultra-high resolution image sensor. The company showed off a 120MP APS-H chip in 2018, and regularly releases “high sensitivity” CMOS sensors that can pretty much see in the dark.
Today’s announcement is an evolution of the former: a 250MP APS-H format CMOS image sensor that can read the full sensor at 5 frames per second, or use a technology called “Region of Interest” to capture any 8K piece of your field of view at 24 frames per second. If you want to capture…
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