The most advanced digital cameras, including the Sony a7R II, Nikon D800, Canon 5D Mark III and Sony a6000, have been announced.
This year’s top digital cameras are the Sony RX100 series, the Nikon D850 and the Canon 5DS Mark IV.
“Digital cameras are becoming more important, not less so, but their quality is only going to increase in the coming years,” said Digital Imaging and Imaging Sciences president and CEO James F. Dannemann.
The RX100 cameras have a maximum resolution of 20 megapixels.
They are also among the most powerful cameras in existence, with a maximum pixel density of over 2 million pixels per inch (ppi).
“The Sony RX 100 series is the ultimate in a digital camera, featuring uncompromised image quality and exceptional image quality,” said Mark Cerny, president and chief executive officer of the digital imaging company Canon.
Both cameras feature a range of image sensors and processing, along with an image processing engine that can output up to 8.7 terabytes of raw data.
For more on the RX100s, click here and here.
“The Canon 5Ds Mark IV and Nikon D810 are among the best-performing digital cameras ever built,” said Dannimann.
“They feature the industry’s first fully digital-based imaging system, with an advanced image processing and processing engine.”
The new cameras also come with a built-in optical zoom, which lets users capture images with a wide-angle lens that has a maximum focal length of f/2.4.
At the same time, the RX 100 and the D850 offer a new lens-less zoom, called a wide angle prime lens, which provides users with an aperture of f 1.4 or f 1,8.
Also included in the cameras is a new image stabilization system called Dynamic Range.
It enables the cameras to take sharper images at the same frame rate.
Digital cameras can also automatically track when they have captured an image and can use a variety of image capture and processing technologies.
To learn more about the RX and D850, go to www.cerny.com/digital.digital.sensor.