After all, the OM-D sensor is Panasonic and ..

Started Apr 30, 2012 | Discussions thread
Olymore Senior Member • Posts: 1,751
Re: NEITHER, it's *not* the same sensor

There have been endless threads discussing this. After all the arguments, for the majority of rational posters, the conclusion has been that the gains in DR and shadow noise are too large for it to be the same sensor as that in the GH2 or G3.

By rational, I'm excluding the brand obsessives on both sides who would argue black is white.
The DPReview results also show a significant improvement.

My personal view is that it is the next generation Panasonic sensor technology that will appear shortly in the G5 or in a few months in modified form in the GH3

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