Terada: Olympus could go Full Frame !

Started Oct 2, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: U-turn if you want to...

Brian Mosley wrote:

Very funny, I think m4/3rds is on the very limit of how big I would want a sensor to be.

With the recent uncovering of the Olympus patent application, to achieve pdaf depth sensing at every sensel, the next couple of generations of Olympus m4/3rds cameras could provide extreme narrow depth of focus effects while shooting at the optimum aperture for sharpness.

In other words, shoot at f4 to get the sharpest detail, and dial in f1.2 (in FF terms) afterwards to produce an image to make your jaw drop.

All in a camera the size of an E-M1

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I agreed, if I wanted a bigger camera I wouldn't be here. If I could afford it I'll have an EM-1 and an EM-5 as a back up. But I sold my EM-5 weeks ago. so the EM-1 will be enough for now.

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