North Korea Enters the Megapixel Wars

800px-Flag_of_North_Korea.svgNorth Korea has entered the Megapixel Wars with a newly designed 280-megapixel sensor. Their supreme leader Kim Jong-un was reported to say, “Our country has the most megapixels, and we will attack anyone who threatens us with all our megapixels.” South Korea immediately went on megapixel alert, with China attempting to diffuse the situation.

North Korea's  280-Megapixel Imaging Sensor

North Korea’s 280-Megapixel Imaging Sensor

The situation was later resolved when it was determined that North Korea had used Photoshop to clone the CMOSIS 70-megapixel sensor, creating a new sensor with four times the resolution. Apparently, no one had explained to North Korea that an effective megapixel deterrent required a functioning sensor. At press time, satellite photos have detected clandestine megapixel research in the western part of North Korea, and President Barack Obama has assured the world that he will protect American interests in the region from the megapixel threat.

For more on North Korea’s use of Photoshop as a military deterrent see North Korea Photoshopped Its Hovercraft Fleet to Make It Look Less Terrible and Sad and A Brief History of North Korean Photoshops.

About Mark Mizen

At Creative Memories, I evaluate photographic products and related materials so that today's memories are not lost to the future and then communicate this information to Creative Memories Consultants and their customers. My interests extend from preservation of traditional photographs to the production of photo books to the expected longevity of electronic image files. My long-term objective is to direct the development of technology that meets consumers needs for high-quality products.
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