Amateurs and photography professionals who somewhere feel fidgety or on the qui vive for the obscurity caused by their photographical fast moving objects may finally put their feet up. Well to get to the point, NHK has just joined hands with Shizuoka University for developing their latest 33 Megapixel Ultra High Definition Imaging System.
Designed sturdily yet aesthetically, the device can seamlessly output 33 megapixel videos at 120fps, which sounds pretty promising for those who seek power-packed performance from their compact solutions. Since fast moving objects cannot effortlessly be shot at 60fps (owing to the blurriness), the new imaging system endeavors to fix it up and perk up one’s experience through the option of 120 frames per second.
What’s more, the performance-focused device also comes equipped with a speedy analog-to-digital converter, which enables the processing of data from the pixels. Subsequent to this, the integrated output circuit allocates the induced digital signals into 96 parallel channels. Well if we go by what the makers have to say, the embedded analog to digital converter will even allow for an output of around four billion pixels per second with a data rate that reaches upscale at 51.2 Gbps.
Although some other hardware specs are yet to be divulged, the new 33MP solution however still looks promising for all those performance seekers out there. Nonetheless, you will notice support for almost all high-end features that could be discovered in an ultra high definition standard device.
While NKH has not revealed any details on its latest 33 Megapixel 120fps High Definition Imaging System, photography aficionados may simply hang onto their hats. However, according to some tipster, for now, the company is planning to strengthen the light sensitivity of this new ultra high definition sensor.