Inside Nikon’s secret sensor design lab

Nikon D5 sensor wired up to a special harness to allow measurement of the signals going to and from the chip

Nikon flare-testing setup

This machine tests how microlenses respond to light coming from different angles

A precision RGB light source is used to make sure that the color filters on the sensor are doing their job

Imaging Resource published a new article about Nikon’s super-secret sensor design lab. Here are three videos on how Nikon sensor testing is performed (check out the original article – it contains a lot of information):

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