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Monday, September 16, 2013

Bespoke Canon Sensor Captures Fireflies at Night

Canon has published a nighttime video of Yaeyama-hime fireflies, recorded using a special high-sensitivity 35mm full-frame sensor developed specifically for low-light video capture. "No artificial lighting was used during shooting, which took place after sunset amid the island's mountains. Despite an exceptionally dark shooting environment of less than 0.01 lux, a level in which the naked eye would have difficulty discerning surrounding objects, the CMOS sensor was able to capture not only the colour of the light emitted by the fireflies, each of which measures only a few millimetres in length, and their movements, but also the surrounding vegetation in which the species lives," the company said in a statement. To capture this video, the special sensor was built into a "camera prototype" of unspecified type.

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