The principle problem with "classical" digital imaging

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ascotinitaly
ascotinitaly Regular Member • Posts: 176
Re: The principle problem with "classical" digital imaging

What does "not local" conversion mean, Frank? As I said, I'm not very tech oriented

re:light intensity

I'm surprised that in 2019 there isn't a sensor that I know of that can record a huge dynamic range in a single capture. In other words- why don't we have sensors whose "light Wells" can re-set once full and re-load in the brightest parts of a scene? Is that not possible. I know a guy who has a successful wedding business. Despite mostly Sony and Fuji gear, he still shoots a Fuji S5 and it's dual-pixel sensor when shooting brides in bright Mediterranean sun.

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