Canon Build 250 Megapixel Sensor for Consumer-Grade DSLR camera

Canon, the Japanese camera making company unfolded a 250 megapixel camera that can be used for consumer-grade DSLR camera. The sensor has been named as APH-H CMOS sensor. The sensor is such powerful that after installing in a camera, it can easily read the letters scripted on a plane flying 18km above the ground level. Not only this, being the smallest of its kins, it is even more faster than other similar functionality sensors.

Drawing light on the working capability of APH-H CMOS sensor, it can read 1.25 billion pixels per second through which you can easily capture a super-HD image with a speed of 5 frames per second. The sensor is having 19,580×12,600 pixels resolution, or 246.7 megapixels. When it comes to record a video, it supports approx. 125 times better quality than full-HD (1,920×1,080 pixels) video and approximately 30 times that of 4K (3,840×2,160 pixels) video.

According to the company, this product is being targeted at "specialized surveillance and crime prevention tools, ultra-high resolution measuring instruments and other industrial equipment."

When compared with other canon products, this APS-H is slightly lighter than APS-C found in Nikon's and Canon's low budget DSLRs and Sony's mirrorless cameras.With the increase in pixel counts, where the signal volume will be increased, the problems of signal delays and slight discrepancies in timing will occur.