What´s that wicked pixellation everywhere in the image?
crashpc: Canon killer. Grass definitely IS greener out there!
I am. But still less and less. Lets hope that all those lovely lenses will get good body and sensor. Rather sooner than later...
Canon killer. Grass definitely IS greener out there!
sub 1" sensors belong to long reach devices and mobile phones. Nobody looking for good solution is going to buy this.
No matter what opinion do we have about the "sexuality thing", we´re totally lost and doomed if we have to discus this in every forum, every politic and religion debate, everywhere. You open the can, and gay or homophobia jumps at you. If we have nothing better to do, we´re "done".
crashpc: No new breathtaking sensor? Whuh, it seems that we´re stuck at 24Mpx for APS-C and 50Mpx for FF. :-(
HFLM you read it very wrong...
I have no problem with s*it word, but once DPR restricts it in forums, they shouldn´t use it either. (chapter 6).
For the link you posted, there is great contradiction in there. They need to get most precise lenses, to get 20-41Mpx sensor behind it, and then they claim that 5Mpx is enaugh. That´s wicked at least.
Yes I get that we won´t get into small setup efficiency territory. But we´re talking about 20x difference. Do you have any data to support that good or very best large lenses are 20x worse in resolution than small lenses? I don´t think so. We´ll see that soon. If I see moire on 18Mpx image, and if this will be unchanged at 24Mpx which I believe it will, it will continue to be problem at 32Mpx also, and maybe, 64Mpx could do something to stop that :-) But If you look at that 64Mpx image from olympus, it is not particulary sharp also... :-)
ProfiHankD:1) I can do that with multiexposure with current sensors, and I could do that with 64Mpx sensor also. SNR is related to it, but it is not exactly ontopic, not exactly the thing which would decide if you get that image, or if you don´t. It´s pretty academic, and from my viewpoint it looks like you run away from the main topic to try to bite elsewhere, maybe having luck with me not knowing something, and the end conclusion will be that I´m not right, which is not very wise. But time will tell. In the meantime I´ll wait for my 128Mpx APS-C sensor....2) Here we go. What do you mean by fill factor? It can mean many things. But as sensors has lenses, about "all" light falls on the active area.3) You don´t. You can shoot this only with tripod today. You´ve lost it immediately with this technology once you want to shoot something what even barely moves.
continued: I´m getting too old. Is it any different to sticking 64Mpx sensor behind the lens to 16Mpx half pixel positioned? NO! It isn´t. It is in terms of color reproduction if we take bayer mask into account, but not for the pure resolution as it it.
For the last paragraph, I agree and I know. But there is still something to dig out. If it wasn´t true, we wouldn´t have 20-13-8 or even 5Mpx sensors for mobile phones, and I guarantee you that the 20Mpx piece clearly outresolves the 8Mpx one. This 20Mpx piece would give us 1Gpx sensor in terms of FF. It will not have the real resolution of 1Gpx, but it will be visibly greater. And now tell me that 1/20th of this resolution is too much. hahaha....
ProfHankD: Yes, I´ve looked at these many times. Those are based on some general rule, which is not what your eye is really capable of. It has been shown dozens of time that you still can see AA with even f/32 aperture on FF sensor. That way you NEED more resolution on the sensor to get rid of it.About 40Mpx Image - It is subject of the same limit. The resolution gets trough the lens, or it doesn´t. Simple as that. It seems that you don´t understand what nyquist limit means, or you use very different rules for it, which bind you to some stiff obsessing thoughs not valid in real life, in this spacetime :-).
jaxson: Of course. People cannot be labeled as "general photography" users anymore. We should get resolution beast and great DR beast, and maybe some "generic, general purpose" camera for soccermoms.
Viramati: Great if the IBIS was reliable!! My A7II IBIS mechanism broke down after 3 weeks use and the camera has been with Sony now for over 3 weeks and they still don't have the part to fix it. Not fantastic
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ProfHankD: it only depends on what limit you set. Look at olympus MFT with 40Mpx images. Does it resolve 40Mpx? Nope. Does it challenge 36Mpx FF sensor? Yes! So many people underestimate lens capabilities. Look, I can se moire in the image taken by 18Mpx APS-C AA filtered sensor, with cheap $400 zoom lens. How do you expect me to believe there is no more resolution to be gained? There is a lot to gain up to 128 Mpx for APS-C.
No new breathtaking sensor? Whuh, it seems that we´re stuck at 24Mpx for APS-C and 50Mpx for FF. :-(
Great! The last lens is propably of best value ;-)
AbrasiveReducer: More non-innovation from Canon. The 17 TS is another example where they lacked originality and just copied what everyone else was doing.
I want to use the 11-24 on my EOS M. I think it will balance well (kidding, but someone will do it, after they post their how I opened the box video.)
11-22mm IS STM is very sharp lens. I believe this won´t be noticably sharper on that body.
Fogsprig: In less than 1/60 sec? It would be home run for Oly.
It is not homerun for 40 or 64Mpx APS-C or even m43 sensor. These will do the same job soon.
Marty4650: Well, he's right about one thing. No one buys into a small and light system, then wants to carry a tripod around with them.
Once they get the High Resolution mode to work handheld, then they really have undermined one of the main reasons for buying a FF camera. You will be able to get high resolution results with the same little camera you carry around with you every day.
In the meantime, the EM5 II is still a very desirable camera, because it does some things my EM5 cannot do.
I believe 40 or 64Mpx APS-C or even m43 will do the job.