Canon has developed a new sensor to be used exclusively for video recording which features larger pixels than those found on standard DSLR sensors.
ExplainedThe image sensors in digital cameras come in two flavours: CCD and CMOS. CCD is gradually being overtaken by Complimentary Metal Oxide Semi-conductor (CMOS).
Samsung has created a sensor capable of capturing both a standard RGB image and depth information at the same time.
Sony has announced that it has developed a new "next-generation" back-illuminated CMOS image sensor, which it claims "embodies the continuous evolution of the camera."
Fujifilm has launched two new superzoom compact cameras boasting up to 20x optical zoom capability in a slim body.
Canon has announced that its biggest sensor yet, the ultra-large-scale, ultra-high-sensitivity CMOS sensor, has found itself a home.
Sony is set to double its output of image sensors in 2011, investing a cool $1.2 billion in a planned expansion next year.
Billionaire Roman Abramovich shouldn't rely on an anti-paparazzi laser shield to protect his privacy on board his new super-yacht, Eclipse - it probably won't work on most digital cameras or any film snappers.