Nikon bodies, Nikon Glass, a few Tamrons.
Apparently, their marketing department thinks Nikon and Canon bodies look exactly the same with only the Logo making the difference. Hopefully, their engineering team knows the difference.
same image on Amazon.
This seems to have all the benefits of Foveon with none of it's weaknesses.
Wouldn't this also improve color rendering and resolution over Bayer?
(From the press piece: "The result is highly sensitive and precise color reproduction. For example, if the structure separates light into a certain color and its complementary color, color pixels of white + red, white - red, white + blue, and white - blue are obtained and, using the arithmetic processing technique, are translated into normal color images without any loss of resolution.")
Hopefully they can get it to actually work outside the lab.
The thing that intrigues me the most as a photographer is the Wacom tech in the screen with 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity.There were statements on various blogs that the tablet could be used as a Wacom replacement.
You had me at F4
Ibida Bab: Is it me or Nikons are getting ugly?
When can I expect the IPO?
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