If Tamron is famous for its goals, pure and hard electronic imaging is not necessarily an area in which we expect it. However, in collaboration with the Japan Science and Technology Agency and the National Research and Development Agency, Tamron has developed a technology capable of seeing from 0.003 Lux and supporting a dynamic of 140 dB, just that.
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Let us understand right now: no, Tamron does not go into the design or production of sensors – or this conclusion would be a capillary (a way of speaking). In reality, by partnering with the two Japanese agencies, Tamron focused on the optical part of this new technology, which still does not have a name. The work of the optician has concentrated mainly on the development of lenses with very low reflection in order to maximise the collection of light. The communiqué does not specify whether it succeeds by using glasses of the particular chemical composition or by a specific surface treatment, perhaps a bit of both. The two state agencies, for their part, have developed a new CMOS sensor that riots very little in low light and has a very strong dynamic (140 dB, we will come back), coupled with new algorithms image processing particularly high performance Noise Reduction and “dynamic brightness” technology that we do not know much about except that it allows “luminance resolution for a wide range of brightness” (wide dynamic range). Perhaps it is a question of sampling on more than 16 bits.
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Inevitably, arrived here, impossible not to think about the organic sensor on which Panasonic and Fujifilm planted for some years. This organic sensor is, we promise, equipped with a dynamic of 123 dB, i.e. 21.5 EV. With its 140 dB, the system co-developed by Tamron would be capable of a dynamic of 23.3 IL, compared to the 15 IL that reach the best current imagers and the 10 to 14 IL of dynamics of which the human eye is usually credited. Knowing that the new system is capable of capturing information from 0.003 lux, it means that between the darkest and the brightest zone there can be a deviation of 1:10 000 000! Note that Canon, with its camcorder ME20F-SH, is capable of collecting information from 0.0005 lux, but that this system is reserved for industry, research and some very specific scientific applications. What will happen to the Tamron system? The future will tell.