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More about the D2x sony sensor

January 14, 2005 | Comments (0)
An interesting article about the 12 mpix Sony CMOS sensor powering the new Nikon D2x is in Nikkei Electronics Asia (a weekly business magazine).
“The new imager is generally viewed as an announcement by Sony that it will be replacing its entire line of charge-coupled device (CCD) sensors — for which it holds the top share — with CMOS sensors”



Will we see another Nikon with the LBCAST sensor? Or at least a Nikon-made sensor? Does anyone know if Nikon is still working on LBCAST? And if they don't plan to release a new camera with their own sensor, why not those from Fuji? If they use Nikon's bodies, why don't Nikon use Fuji's sensors or tecnology? Isn't it better?

Posted by: :) Fotografía digital at January 15, 2005 11:24 PM

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