Canon Releases Footage To Show Its New Camera Shooting At 4,560,000 ISO | Fstoppers

It is quite incredible what this can achieve. Although the footage at 4,560,000 ISO is expectedly noisy it still blows your mind to think that the sensor is effectively turning a pitch black source into something recognizable without any infrared assistance. Dropping the ISO to the 100,000 ISO range produces a rather pleasing and completely usable image.

 

This new camera really pushes the boundaries of what sensors are capable of recording and given enough time these will surely become standard specs on consumer products. At the moment however this is a very niche product, and although it is slated for release this coming December, the price point remains at the earlier speculated $30,000.

 

Peter House is a commercial fashion photographer from Toronto, Canada. He shoots over 10,000 pieces of clothing every year for a variety of lookbooks. Clients range from small local boutiques to international brands such as Target, Winners, and Sears. In addition to that Peter runs one of the most popular rental studio’s in the Toronto area.

 

Huge pixels, high gain. I wonder what is their base ISO? 4 096 000 is as far from, say, 16 000 (normal ISO for modern camera, right) as 16 000 from 64 – i.e. 8 steps.

 

I like the scene shot with just candle light. Then I think back a few decades back, when Stanley Kubrick shot scenes in Barry Lyndon, with just candle light.

 

A while ago we reported that has come out with a new camera geared towards shooting at extremely high ISO. The new ME20F-SH from Canon can shoot in full HD at over 4,000,000 ISO. Now Canon Japan has released some promotional footage to show us what we can expect from this new camera and these new possibilities.