Friday, May 27, 2011

Hasselblad Squeezes 200MP Images By Shaking a 50MB Sensor

Hasselblad’s new H4D-200MS takes 200 megapixel images, which result in massive 600MB files. So big are these images that Hasselblad recommends you hook the camera up to a hard drive instead of using a memory card. The camera itself “only” has a 50MB sensor, though, so how does it do this magic?
To record these ultra [...]

Source: http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2011/05/hasselblad-squeezes-200mp-images-by-shaking-a-50mb-sensor/

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