Monday, November 27, 2023

Sony announces full-frame global shutter camera


Sony recently announced a full-frame global shutter camera which was featured in several press articles below:



The Verge

From Sony's official webpage:

[This camera uses the] Newly developed full-frame stacked 24.6 MP Exmor RS™ image sensor with global shutter [...] a stacked CMOS architecture and integral memory [...] advanced A/D conversion enable high-speed processing to proceed with minimal delay. [AI features are implemented using the] BIONZ XR™ processing engine. With up to eight times more processing power than previous versions, the BIONZ XR image processing engine minimises processing latency [...] It's able to process the high volume of data generated by the newly developed Exmor RS image sensor in real-time, even while shooting continuous bursts at up to 120 fps, and it can capture high-quality 14-bit RAW images in all still shooting modes. [...] [The] α9 III can use subject form data to accurately recognise movement. Human pose estimation technology recognises not just eyes but also body and head position with high precision. 



1 comment:

  1. does this sensor use pixel-level stacking structure? thanks


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