A little while ago, a new king of low light photography was born when the Sony A7S was announced. Thanks to its 35mm full-frame sensor with a reduced resolution of only 12 megapixels, the Sony A7S is able to make the dark of the night look like broad daylight. We're not kidding you — take a look at the sample video in this article.
But alas, the A7S could soon be obsolete again. At the University of Glasgow, Scotland, researchers are currently working on a method to create photographs with almost no light around. But how much light is almost no light? Or…
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