WOW...ISO 4,000,000 and 250 MEGAPIXELS ? !
CanonUSA claims they're working on see-in-the-dark super-high resolution sensors with effective high ISO up to 4,000,000! In their video below CananUSA mentions their sensor work in the realm of:
While we don't normally get into the DSLR weeds here, we are, though, knee deep into the two most limiting aspects of mobile photography...namely:
Here's their short video. Check out their dark(!) night scenes. We hope market forces (i.e., $) will bring these advancements to smartphone mobile cameras soon.
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FIRST "DARK SKY RESERVE" IN U.S. ANNOUNCED
The International Dark Sky Association (IDA) has announced the United States' first "Dark Sky Reserve," located in central Idaho. According to the IDA, "The Reserve’s chief draw is its wilderness quality, with its lack of development ... shrinking number of places ... where visitors can have a truly ‘off-grid’ experience, ... Central Idaho is therefore one of the last large ‘pools’ of natural nighttime darkness left in the United States. The IDA recognizes several types of "dark sky" places, of which there are many in the United States. Here is where you can learn how to start your own dark sky places program.
*NOTE: This program is separate from NASA's "night lights" program, based on man-made light pollution.
@PROMOBILEPHOTO GOES LIVE !
Today we're announcing an additional feature to the ProMobile.Photo suite of services...this "trend-watch blog.
After years of commercial photography using heavy-metal DSLR cameras to serve the marketing needs of medium-to-large businesses, we are now helping small-to-medium businesses do your own commercial photography, and in many cases using a modern smartphone camera.
Our mission for this new ProMobile.Photo service is to help you produce your own photos for advertising your specific products and services, and photos to communicate the values of your company "brand."
Please send comments, questions and requests to Lee Alley, head of Northwest Business Photography, and founder of ProMobile.Photo. He is at 425.238.9775 and Lee@ProMobile.Photo.