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Sony to launch lenses with built-in image sensors, screenless cameras that can be attached to smartphones

Sony to launch lenses with built-in image sensors, screenless cameras that can be attached to smartphones | pixels and pictures | Scoop.it
Not content with reinventing and dominating the mirrorless digital camera market, Sony is preparing to launch a lens with a built-in sensor, power source, and WiFi connectivity -- or, to put it another way, a digital camera without a body or screen.
Philippe J DEWOST's insight:

Should this be called a "Lensor" ? Between screenless camera and sensor enabled lens, this wifi enable Sony product is definitely intriguing and might redefine or expand the digital imaging category...

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Blackmagic Cinema Camera, Sony FS100, and Canon 5D Mark II Face off in a Hair and Skin Tone Test. By Joe Marine (03:14)

Posted by Joe Marine on January 17, 2013 • 

 

"Color is just about the most subjective aspect of any visual creation. Everyone sees color a little differently, so it’s no surprise that we talk endlessly about color science and about which cameras we prefer. Certain looks are too much for some people, and others are not enough. Blackmagic spent a great deal of time developing their color science with Australian Director of Photography John Brawley, and I think working with an actual shooter in developing their camera has made a significant difference in the visuals of the final product. Adam Roberts got a hold of the BMCC and performed a thorough test to compare the camera’s skin tones to that of the FS100 and the Mark II. Click through to check it out."

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Gary Pageau's curator insight, February 5, 2013 9:13 PM

color tests on some high-end cinema cams...