Monthly Archive: September 2015

Canon announces 250-megapixel image sensor

Canon announces 250-megapixel image sensor

Canon has today announced a new ultra-high resolution CMOS image sensor that packs approximately 250 megapixels into an area smaller than a United States postage stamp. Source: Canon announces whopping 250-megapixel camera sensor – TechSpot Related articles Canon’s New APS-H Sensor Manages to Squeeze 250-Megapixels in a DSLR Sized Sensor ISOCELL Technology: High Resolution Imaging in the Slimmest Devices Yet...

Using a Computar c-mount lens on the Nikon 1

Using a Computar c-mount lens on the Nikon 1

These photographs were taken with a Nikon 1 V2 and a Computar f/1.2 12.6-75mm c-mount television camera lens. For improved sharpness, I usually shoot this lens at f/4 as it is soft at f/1.2. I also use a 0.6 ND filter so that I can use the lens wide open. The lens is used with a c-mount to Nikon 1...

Low light image quality test: Nikon 1 V2 and J1, Lumix GH-2 and GH-4

Low light image quality test: Nikon 1 V2 and J1, Lumix GH-2 and GH-4

I tested the low light image quality of the Nikon 1 J1 (electronically the same as the Nikon 1 J2 and the Nikon 1  V1), the Nikon 1 V2, the Lumix GH-2 and the Lumix GH-4. The Nikon 1 is a 1″ sensor camera with a 10 MP image resolution and the V2 has just over 14 MP. The Nikon 1 is...