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Canon Working on 50+ MP Fullframe Camera

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According to a rumor coming from British website NL (northlight) Canon will announce a FF camera with a 52 Megapixel Sensor, If we look at the current 7D Mk II sensor design it actually look bit possible…. since the 7D Mk II APS-C sensor based on the 4.2 micron pixel design and if Canon develops a fullframe sensor having 4.2 micron pixel design the result will be a 52 Megapixel Fullframe sensor.

So we may see a new new 52 MP Dual-Pixel fullframe CMOS AF sensor DSLR in 2015 the upcoming may be named as 5D Mark IV or 5D X.

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2 comments to Canon Working on 50+ MP Fullframe Camera

  • Marcus

    We don´t such a camera, because no 52 megapixel prototype exit for testing.

    It´s absolutely stupid to make a 52 megapixel full frame sensor, because you don´t get the image quality you need.

    I can´t understand all the stupid High-ISO, more AF-Points and High-Megapixel discussions. I want image quality and no canon camera can deliver such an IQ.

    The 7D Mark II and 5D Mark III is really a joke. Never seen such ugly image quality before.

  • Marcus

    What happend to my text?

    We don´t see such a camera, because no 52 megapixel prototype is out for testing.

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