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Insane 33 Megapixel 120fps Video Camera Captures 4 Billion Pixels Per Second [Video]

2 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

We've already brought you news that Japan's NHK was developing a mind-boggling 33MP video camera to capture footage for its new Super Hi-Vision format (7580x4320) that will one day supplant HDTV. But with a frame rate of 120fps, it means it's capturing some 4 billion pixels every second. More »
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Technology / Gadgets : Engadget (2 years ago)

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Technology / Gadgets : Gizmag (yesterday)

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