New CCD sensor for nighttime photography.

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  1. EBphotography

    EBphotography TPF Junkie!

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    Link.

    If this ever makes it to consumer models or SLR's, we'll be on good shape.

    Edit: Interesting specs, may not be as good as expected.
     
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    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    Interesting.

    In interviews with people at Canon they have been hinting at sensors with a native ISO of 6400 in the somewhat near future.
     
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    Won't that be awesome! :D
     
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    Well, I guess the future will lie in CMOS, not those CCDs, which wallow so much power and are rather noisy if not constantly cooled down.

    what is shown here seems more for camcorders indeed.
     

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