Canon's New $30,000 Camera Will Shoot (Almost) Completely Dark Scenes
Canon has announced a new camera with the ability to capture scenes in almost complete dark. With a whopping 4,000,000 ISO—most cameras boast numbers around 3,200—the camera lets in an enormous amount of light. The new design has a 2.26 megapixel resolution and while that coupled with the high ISO would generally make for a blurrier photo, this design pushes back with a large pixel size of 19 microns. In short: You get the best stargazing photos ever.
The pricetag for the 4 x 4 x 4 camera isn't for everyone—at $30,000, this is sure to be an industry tool and a personal treasure for the few who can afford it. That being said, the MH20F-SH is not currently for sale so you've got some time to save up. In fact, the photography brand has done little but announce it's soon-to-be existence and given us a photo to dream about. Keep an eye on Canon's website for more developments on the device.
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