Nikon D4s: Bayer processing breakthru?

Started Jun 4, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Tom Schum
Tom Schum OP Veteran Member • Posts: 6,150
Re: No, it isn't.

mroy wrote:

It's about capturing colour and detail as best as possible - and being able to deliver outstanding B&W, to boot.

But every camera wants to do that.  It's a common goal and maybe Nikon has achieved something like parity with the Merrill now, in terms of image quality.   I can't imagine how one might process bayer sensor output to get this kind of resolution.

Sigma has a big price advantage at the moment.  At this point one could buy ten DP3Ms for the price of one D4s, but maybe not next year.

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