The X20's Green Problem

Started May 3, 2013 | Discussions thread
PAUL TILL
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Re: The X20's Green Problem
In reply to Nukunukoo, May 7, 2013

And here is their reason for doing it.

Old fashioned analog photographs didn’t get a moire pattern because the crystals in film and photo paper aren’t even in size and placement. That randomness breaks up the moire effect.

So Fuji built a new sensor employing what it knew from the film business. Instead of using the Bayer array, it created a pattern called the X-Trans sensor which lays out the red green and blue photo sensors in a way that simulates the randomness of analog film.

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