The HX1 digital camera, with an effective resolution of 9.1 megapixels, debuts a new Sony-developed 'Exmor' CMOS sensor. Originally developed for the Sony Alpha digital SLR programme, 'Exmor' technology delivers outstanding images with reduced noise, especially when shooting in high ISO settings.Sony Cybershot HX1 Debuts High-Zoom 'Exmor' CMOS Sensor | SYS-CON CANADA
In tandem with the powerful BIONZ image processor, the 'Exmor' CMOS sensor supports full-resolution shooting at an incredible 10 frames per second (max) using a mechanical shutter. Outpacing many pro-spec digital SLR cameras, this super-fast shooting rate is ideal for capturing high-speed action or spontaneous events like parties, where anything can happen in a moment.
Tuesday, March 3, 2009
Sony Cybershot HX1 Debuts High-Zoom 'Exmor' CMOS Sensor | SYS-CON CANADA
Posted by Anthony J. Pennings, PhD at 10:29 AM