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Canon image sensors

Mark Peters : 2005-10-12 15:36:54
Canon image sensors : Electronic devices are designed using semiconductor process technology, device technology and mounting technology, then manufactured using semiconductor manufacturing technology. Canon has worked on the development of all these technologies for many years and is devoted to inhouse development and production to manufacture high-grade advanced devices. For example, the CMOS sensor incorporated in the EOS-1Ds Mark II D-SLR camera is a 35mm full-frame sized large sensor boasting 16.7 million effective pixels manufactured in-house. In addition to imaging sensors such as these CMOS sensors, Canon also develops and mass-produces a variety of electronic devices optimized for the characteristics of various products.


Canon 16.7 Megapixel CMOS sensor

Mark Peters : 2005-10-11 23:43:11
Canon 16.7 Megapixel CMOS sensor : Raising the operability of a digital SLR camera to the level of film-base SLR cameras required development of a large high-resolution CMOS image sensor. Digital cameras normally use smaller image sensors than the frame size of 35mm film. When an interchangeable lens is attached to a D-SLR with smaller image sensors, the effective angles of view and perspectives of the captured image differ from the focal length marked on the lens. For this reason, photographers were unable to utilize their experience using 35mm film SLR camera lenses with digital SLR cameras. In 2002 Canon developed a large, full-frame 36 mm x 24 mm CMOS image sensor, which is incorporated in the Canon EOS-1Ds.


Canon DIGIC II Image processor introduction

Mark Peters : 2005-02-17 12:00:00
Canon DIGIC II Image processor introduction: The Canon EOS 350D Digital features Canon's DIGIC II processor, proven in Canon's pro-series EOS-1Ds Mark II and EOS-1D Mark II cameras. DIGIC II delivers superb image quality, responsive camera performance, faster AF, faster continuous shooting and extended battery life. "There are three critical stages affecting digital image quality," says Brian Worley, Camera Product Manager, Canon Europe. "First the lens determines how the image is transmitted on to the sensor. Then the sensor determines how accurately the light is converted to electrical signals. The third and final stage is the image processor, which dictates how well the signals from the sensor are translated into a viewable image.


Canon EOS 350D | Rebel XT CMOS sensor explanation

Mark Peters : 2005-02-17 12:00:00
Canon EOS 350D CMOS sensor explanation : The Canon EOS 350D | Rebel XT features a new CMOS sensor designed and built in-house by Canon. A number of innovations proven in Canon's professional series D-SLR cameras help to ensure the sensor’s image quality is second to none. Canon's history with sensor development stretches back to 1987, when it began using the BASIS sensor for its auto focus systems. Continued R&D in the field led to the 2000 release of the Canon EOS D30: the first commercialisation of CMOS for full colour image capture. Encouraged by the camera's success, Canon continued to refine and develop the renegade technology. CMOS now forms the basis for the world's most popular digital SLR cameras.






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