PhaseOne Camera Has A 100MP Sensor, Costs 50K
Everyone should know by now that megapixels aren’t the most important thing to consider when buying a new camera, but when someone releases a 100MP camera it’s bound to cause some heads to turn. That’s exactly what happened at last week’s CES when the very impressive Phase One XF 100MP Camera DSLR was announced. Despite the jaw-dropping 100MP sensor, this camera also features a brilliant 16-bit color depth, 15 stops of dynamic range, an ISO range between 50 and 12,800, and the ability to shoot long exposures of up to 60 minutes. You don’t have to be a pro to realize that in capable hands this camera is likely to capture some of finest photos the world has ever seen. Other cool features include high sensitivity to movement, built-in vibration tracking and an electronic first curtain shutter in case of shaky hand. You can buy your own Phase One XF 100MP Camera via the link below. You’ll have to have 50K lying around in order to be able to afford it, though.