SD1 vs Fujifilm X-E1

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xpatUSA
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Re: The Fuji is not a Bayer sensor (n/t)

Basalite wrote:

xpatUSA wrote:

Apropos this thread, I personally dislike the term "equivalent MP" intensely. To me, MP - when stately simply as the number of active photo-sites on a sensor - is a statement of the sensor's absolute resolution in terms of it's dimensions. Any other photographic obfuscation is true b/s, IMHO. We should all know by now that image quality (however expressed) and resolution do not necessarily go hand-in-hand.

I can show you "high-quality" watch shots taken at 0.8MP (SD10 LO res) and I can show you some really soft shots taken with equal care with a 6MP D50/60mm micro-Nikkor. Not that I'm going to

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Ted.

Similar to Bayer sensor since much of the information is interpolated, unlike the Sigmas. Is that better?

My apologies but I was unable to understand this response to my post.

What was "similar to Bayer sensor"? What are "the Sigmas"? Is what better?

Do forgive me for mentioning actual camera models, probably caused confusion . .

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Ted.

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