K-1 II accelerator chip is mainly for better AF

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K-1 II accelerator chip is mainly for better AF

AF requires real-time calculations to be pratical, but high ISO noise and handheld pixel shift processing could be done later on with more complex calculations to get better results? This way you just save the photos and the camera is instantly ready for another shooting. It should be an option, if the amount of other data is not too big for saving. Other data means the readings from the stabilization system to process the handheld pixel shifting and maybe the in-camera high ISO processing include something from the hardware processing "stream" which does not exist in the RAW photo?

For example uncompressed video stream straight from the camera sensor contain massive amount of data which would require more complex and expensive hardware, if you want to save it for later. When the camera compress the video stream, it has all the data for analyzing, but the compressed video does not. In-camera video processing is then superior compared to post-processing in this example. Is there similar reasons why handheld pixel shifting and high ISO processing is always processed inside the accelerator chip?

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