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Single Shot Multi-band camera
Dennis Hissink : October 14th 2010 - 14:12 CET
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Canon50 Megapixel Single Shot Multi-band digital camera : In the New Perspective of Imaging Zone at the Canon Expo 2010, Canon's imaging technologies gave visitors a unique glimpse into the power of image by allowing them to see images in a way they could not have seen before. This zone includes Canon’s most advanced innovations, and shows how they will create new benefits at home and in the digital workplace. The commercial use for innovations demonstrated in this area has not yet been determined. The concept products we saw at the Canon Expo in Paris were very interesting and not hard to imagine that most of them could soon be reality. The usage of some of the concepts like the world first Single Shot multi-band camera was obvious.

Multi Band camera

Canon Single Shot Multi-band camera
The world first Single Shot Multi-band camera enables color distinction beyond the capability of the human eye at high resolution. Six colour filters are mounted on a CMOS sensor. This enables colour distinction that can be realized neither by the human eye nor RGB (3-colour) camera systems. Conventional multi-band cameras require multi-shooting by mechanically exchanging outer colour filters. Six-colour filter CMOS sensor enables single-shot image capture.

Single Multi Band camera

Single Shot Multi-band camera sensor
The sensor that was used for this demonstration was a 50 Megapixels CMOS sensor. The high resolution 50 million pixel CMOS image sensor achieves both high resolution and 6 colour multi-band shooting. Colour-reproduction has been enhanced with the multi-band camera.

Canon Multi band camera

Canon Multi-band camera produces true colours
This concept Multi-band Single shot camera realizes true reproduction of an object’s colour variations by multi-point shooting. The colour of this particular object varies depending on the angle of the light. The multi-band camera accurately captures the colour variation. Digital archives of cultural properties, medical care, E-commerce are all application areas which require accurate colour data recording and data transmission.
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