I'd like to have an SLT-mirror that flips up during the shot

Started Oct 1, 2012 | Discussions thread
Rashkae Senior Member • Posts: 1,176
Re: To be exact.

The noise difference is due to the on-sensor gain to compensate for the SLT light loss.

Your "theory" that the SLT material somehow "adds noise" by manipulating "light physics" is somewhere in the realm of Star Trek. Please, DO PROVE in actual mathematical terms that the added noise is NOT solely due to sensor gain, but that the material somehow magically adds noise (as compared to stacking filters, using lenses with more elements, etc, that have never had this effect).

I'm sure you could maybe even win a Nobel Prize for that.

Dirk W wrote:

Check the link on dpreview lab that I posted 1000 times - there is plenty of proof. If you still doubt that the clearly visible noise difference is due to the SLT - which is the only obvious difference - prove the opposite.

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