Canon announced the launch of a 50-megapixel camera in 2015. The new DSLR will have a different EOS-1 body and will cost less than $4,000.
The Japanese company Canon will launch a 50 megapixel camera in 2015. In addition, the device will have a different EOS-1 body, betting again just to include vertical grip, so you can expect your price falls below $4,000.
It is not yet known exactly in which month it will come in next year 2015, but the news helps confirm that Canon had about future movements. It is believed that the camera model belong to a new series located between the 1D and 5D, so we are witnessing the birth of a new option within the range of Canon products.
Also, the camera could have two versions, one with low-pass filter and one without. And assume that the first model will have a higher cost, because having that quality allow us to obtain better dynamic range in our decision, which results in a greater variation of intermediate shades between the darkest of our image and lightest point.
We must remember that having a sensor with more megapixels doesn’t automatically lead to take better pictures. Therefore, the amount of zoom you can do without losing the image quality. Also, having a large number of megapixels allows us to make cuts to reset the box and can have a whole different picture that was available at first.
But on issues such as a high-definition, quality image processing, or the amount of noise at high sensitivities shown, are more important other parts of the camera and processor, sensor size, or the lens. In addition, having more megapixels the picture size will be larger, so we also have a large storage capacity.
Still, we must be vigilant to new product from Canon and not jump to conclusions before an official announcement to disclose more of the features included.