"...3 different colours including, white, black and red, ..."
I will now go and figure what the remaining included colours could possibly be. Stay tuned, but do not hold your breath.
Buhl213: Nice - but when I view in 1:1, I can only move the scrollbars behind the picture, the image itself is stuck in left-hand corner :-(
Hmm ... ignore that. Actually I can.
Nice - but when I view in 1:1, I can only move the scrollbars behind the picture, the image itself is stuck in left-hand corner :-(
One of the few pieces of art I actually like :)Nicely shot w.r.t. the light!
When one buys X-trans or Foveon equipment, it is because it is deemed superior to common mass-marked targeted Bayer-alternatives by the consumer, right? Why can this consumer not understand that it is an informed choice he/she makes, a choice that also excludes the "normal" software-support from software-vendors who has chosen to target the 70-80% of the most common marketplace within the photography-segment with the best ROI (same software, same demosaiching, same filter-mechanisms, a new table to describe a new lens) ?
I see no economic reason that these SW-vendors should support less common technologies unless directly paid to do so, and hence the camera-vendors have to make it a competitive technology (in terms of quantity, not quality), or seek alternatives (e.g. paying SilkyPix or SPP-developers to do the job).
In other words: STOP WHINING. Go take some pictures - and let the Sonikonicus-users enjoy their support, they need it, they bought inferior & conform technologies ;)
Buhl213: Nickel-coated? Am I the only one wondering about contact allergy now?
Me too, but I didn't plan wearing gloves the last 20 years ;-)
skytripper: I've asked this question before, but I'll ask it again:
How is it that DP Review has such top-notch content but such a motley assortment of rude, lewd and childish comments on almost every topic ever posted here? I don't get it!
Because the only thing that make humans behave is other humans -- a skill honed by our ancestors by reading our surronding's faces, body-language and reactions in general -- and being present in those surroundings makes us vulnerable. Logging in (and out) on a forum does not allow us to read reactions while asserting our statements, nor does it make us vulnerable.
Nickel-coated? Am I the only one wondering about contact allergy now?
Can somebody please explain to me why this sensor does not (re)introduce moiré at a more coarse level than per-pixel? You can convince me that the new pattern seems sufficient irregular w.r.t. blue+red, but it now groups four green pixels into an adjacent group. Will this not cause the same effect, just at another resolution/zoom? Does Fuji use a more complex de-mosaicing algorithm (which does not blur the images similar to an AA-filter) ?