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[* black] Ever wondered what a corner view of the image sensor magnified 350x with a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scanning_electron_microscope|Scanning Electron Microscope] looks like? Wonder no more. Can't get enough magnification? Here is a view magnified at [http://guide-images.ifixit.net/igi/fR1pdbj2GxX6wlDM|3500x].
[* black] These tilted images show the micro-lenses making up each pixel of the full frame sensor.
[* black] The second image shows that these pixels are well-spaced, demonstrating why [http://spectrum.ieee.org/geek-life/tools-toys/pixels-size-matters/0|not all pixels are created equal]. The large size and ample gaps between pixels allows room for metal signal lines to move each pixel's data without blocking light to the individual photocathode sensors.
[* black] Interesting enough, the image sensor in the D600 is manufactured by Sony.
[* black] Thank you [http://www.chipworks.com/|Chipworks] for the amazing pictures! If you want to read more on the Sony sensor, [http://www.chipworks.com/blog/recentteardowns/2012/11/07/inside-the-nikon-d600/|checkhttp://www.chipworks.com/blog/recentteardowns/2012/11/08/inside-the-nikon-d600/|check out their full post] on the subject.
[* black] Thank you [http://www.chipworks.com/|Chipworks] for the amazing pictures! If you want to read more on the Sony sensor, [http://www.chipworks.com/blog/recentteardowns/2012/11/07/inside-the-nikon-d600/|checkhttp://www.chipworks.com/blog/recentteardowns/2012/11/08/inside-the-nikon-d600/|check out their full post] on the subject.