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    Samsung have announced a new 43.7-megapixel sensor, the industry's first mobile sensor to adopt the smallest pixel size in the industry - 0.7-micrometer.

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    A self-taught programmer has combined a Raspberry Pi Zero with a Pocket Etch-A-Sketch to create a camera which, instead of prints, produces mini Etch-A-Sketches of what the camera 'sees'.

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    Sony has announced a new electronic viewfinder with 5.76million dots, and a 1600x1200 resolution.

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    Canon USA are now offering a range of CMOS sensors for use by other parties, including a 120mp CMOS sensor.

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    New camera technology created by NASA can see underwater from a drone.

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    Sony working on new 100MP and 150MP Medium Format BSI CMOS sensors for use in future cameras.

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    A new Kickstarter campaign plans to release a digital back for 35mm film cameras.

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    Microsoft has been working on curved sensor technology to improve image quality.

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    Hasselblad has launched the A6D-100c, a 100 megapixel aerial camera system.

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    The Adobe Research team has been exploring what the future may hold for selfie photography.

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    Pixlplay transforms smartphones into an easy-to-use camera for children.

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    HTC's VIVE VR headset now has an add-on accessory allowing you to capture virtual worlds physically.

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