Articles tagged "low-light"

Review: Color night vision with the SiOnyx Aurora

The SiOnyx Aurora is a compact camera designed to shoot stills and video in color under low light conditions, so we put it to the test under the northern lights and against a Nikon D5. It may not be a replacement for a DSLR, but it can complement one well for some uses.

Canon is now selling CMOS image sensors, including a 120MP APS-H beast

It looks like Canon is getting into sensor sales. The three specialized CMOS sensors the company recently demoed—including a 120MP APS-H model and an ultra-low light sensor—have been listed for sale through a distributor in the US.

Researchers use AI to brighten ultra-low light images without adding noise

Researchers at the University of Illinois Urbana–Champaign and Intel have developed a neural network that can brighten extremely low-light images without adding any noise. It's not an exaggeration to say the results are incredible.

Canon shows off full-frame sensor that shoots 100fps Full HD in 'exceptionally low-light'

The 2.2MP 35MMFHDXS full-frame CMOS sensor boasts huge 19μm pixels and special readout circuitry that allows it to capture 100fps slow motion in Full HD in "exceptionally low-light environments."

Samsung teases Galaxy S9 low light and slow-mo performance

Samsung just released a few short advertisement videos for the Samsung Galaxy S9 on its Korean Youtube channel, two of which hint at the upcoming smartphone's new and improved camera features.

Leica unveils Noctilux-M 75mm F1.25 ASPH lens with 'hair-thin depth of focus'

Leica's Noctilux family just got a new member! Meet the Noctilux-M 75mm F1.25 ASPH: a lens that promises 'impeccable speed', 'exceptional imaging performance', and 'hair-thin depth of focus.'

Canon demonstrates its cameras' low light capabilities in two new videos

For the making of Canon's "See Beyond Darkness" and "See the Light" videos a range of the company's equipment was used to record images in extremely difficult light conditions.

5 Reasons why I haven't used my DSLR for months

Dpreview editor Barnaby Britton hasn't used his DSLR for months. In this article, he considers why not.

Behind the Picture: Stranger on the Port Townsend Ferry
Searching through his archive for some photographs to print, dpreview.com Reviews Editor Barnaby Britton uncovers a twilight portrait from 2008 and explains how he took it, and what it means.