Hey! Where's the flash?
The Swiss release a 160MP digital camera for photographers

Seitz has released a new camera capable of snapping an impressive 160 megapixels creating an image with a resolution of 7,500 pixels vertically and 21,250 pixels horizontally. The camera is capable of ISO ranges from 500 to 10,000 and a shutter speed of 1/20,000th of a second. Each image uncompressed takes nearly 1GB to store.

The camera is no slouch when it comes to speed either, Seitz claims that the image storage speed is comparable to traditional digital or film camera’s, this is made possible by the camera’s ultra high read-out speed of 300 MB per second.

The camera features a 640x480 LCD color screen on the back of the camera for image viewing and editing. The camera will retail for around 27,500 Euro or $35,000 USD without a lens.  Boy we’d love to take this thing to CES with us.

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