Canon releases a camera that could take perfect pictures in darkest environment

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The great camera company Canon has revealed a new camera, with an ISO setting of up to four million.
The full-frame ME20F-SH camera is capable of taking full colour photos in even the darkest conditions. In fact, Canon claims it can take photos of subjects even if they can't be seen with the naked eye.
This is also thanks to the massive size of the photo-sites/pixels on the sensor, measuring at 19μm – or over five times bigger than the photo-sites in other top-flight cameras.

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By comparison, the iPhone 6's photo-sites come in at 1.5 µm.
Those expecting to shoot 4K video will be disappointed, as the camera is touting a 2MP resolution.
However, the device is still capable of shooting full HD videos at up to 60 frames per second.
Canon first showed off the technology behind the camera two years ago, making for interesting viewing even today.
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