Kodak to photographers: Take back the night (and other low light situations)

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You come across a moody street scene at 2 a.m in Dublin. You see the perfect shot, but there’s not much streetlight or moonlight. Imagine taking the photograph with a camera that doesn’t need a flash. Instead it captures a clear image as is. Kodak has created the technology.

“This represents a new generation of image sensor technology and addresses one of the great challenges facing our industry—how to capture crisp, clear digital images in a poorly lit environment,” said Chris McNiffe, Kodak Image Sensor Solutions group’s General Manager, in a release. “This is a truly innovative approach to improving digital photography in all forms, and it highlights Kodak’s unique ability to differentiate its products by delivering advanced digital technologies that really make a difference to the consumer.”

New Kodak Sensor Pulls Colors Out of the Shadows. Look for it some time next year.

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