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Canon launch new website

Canon launch new website - Canon CMOS sensors explained

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Canon have launched a new website to promote their CMOS imaging sensor technology.

The site is broken down into four sections covering image capture, technology, full-frame appeal and shooting options. These sections aim to show a number of things, including how Canon delivers high-quality images and what they believe makes an ideal CMOS image sensor and also includes samples to show Canon's CMOS sensor imaging capabilities.

The site also explains the appeal and advantages of using a full-frame CMOS sensor and allows visitors to discover the range of expressive possibilities Canon CMOS sensors can provide.

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mipettin e2
10 884 2 Scotland
14 Sep 2005 3:43AM
Is there a misprint throughout their examples - should they say quality good enough for 18" by 12" prints rather than 10" by 12" prints?!

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LenLamb e2
11 105
15 Sep 2005 1:42AM
Well done Canon to show all the advantages of the big sensor and to produce them in the first place.

Hope it persuades Nikon to finally accept they went the wrong way.

I do not want my W/A lenses to be 'Telephotorised' or get more DOF. I want them to do what I bought them for.

I certainly do not what to pay the huge price for the specially computed W/A lens, necessary for the smaller sensor.

Another selfish commercial decision I suppose, and a great shame to spoil a relationship with a company I have enjoyed over many years.

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