History & Future of the dSLR

Started Jun 13, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Glen78 Contributing Member • Posts: 704
Re: History & Future of the dSLR

From what I have read it looks like benefit of graphene is going to be more in terms of output signal noise which may yield cleaner images at higher ISOs. I agree that we are getting close to the practical limits of how many photons a sensor can count but we still may be able to improve DR further by creating sensor wells that can hold more photons before saturation and reducing output noise.

Of course with my D600 I can already get some pretty nice images at 3200 - 6400 ISO which will take care of almost any lighting condition I find myself in so the benefits to my capabilities will be diminishing as well.

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