X-Trans is NOT Random

Started Sep 8, 2012 | Discussions thread
BillyInya
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Re: X-Trans is NOT Random
In reply to Daedalus2000, Sep 9, 2012

I don't agree.

Lets assume the pixels are truely random, i.e. their location/position is ever changing and you can't determine their location.

Then you click the shutter button. Sorry, but those random pixels are not random anymore. They have stopped in a FIXED location to capture the image.

Therefore, whether they have stopped in their fixed location actually as part of the capture sequence or not is of no concern to me.

X-Trans does NOT have the common and moire prone RGB pattern of traditional sensors. This allows images to be taken that show extraordinary crispness because no AA filter is needed. Canon, Nikon, Sony and all others, feel free to drool over the technology that is NOT in your products.

Directly comparing the two I would say the X-Trans certainly looks random to me

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