Canon published an article that they are exploring the Large Sensor Image Future. They shows a 20-cm-square large image sensor is the largest size that can be manufactured based on these dimensions, and is equivalent to nearly 40 times the size of a 35 mm full-frame CMOS sensor.
Canon shows off its 120MXS sensor—first introduced at CES in January—is a 120MP APS-H CMOS sensor that can capture “video” at 9.4fps. Of course, 9.4fps isn’t strictly video, but that hasn’t stopped Canon from showing off what this sensor can do in a side-by-side “video” test up top.
In a recently Canon statement in their annual Corporate Strategy Conference (page 8), Canon CEO said that they will go on the offensive and work to expand our sales in the mirrorless camera market, and to reach our goal of 50% market share of the entire interchangeable-lens camera market.
Adobe today has officially announced the new Adobe Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic CC. With the release of Adobe Lightroom Classic CC, it means there will be no Lightroom 7 and no standalone version now. The Lightroom 6 is the last standalone version, will remain for sale for an undetermined amount of time, but will no longer be updated with camera support or bug fixes after the end of 2017.
At ISSCC 2017, Canon announced that they have developed a CMOS image sensor that supports the “global shutter (GS)” technology and has a dynamic range of 111dB. Nikkei Technology has given a more in-depth breakdown of this new global shutter.