Super rez for video, how long till it's reality ?

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Super rez for video, how long till it's reality ?

Is it even possible? Thinking of how stills super rez is created, taking slightly differing samplings from the sensor and combining them. Natural hand motion will provide the sampling variation (like Olympus' HHHR). Im thinking with say 24p, a single "frame" could be 3 shots combined, each at 1/72 sec.

The exposure would be the same, the SNR should be the same from noise averaging, but the resulting rez should be higher. The algorithm would have to be designed similar to newest versions of stills super rez, removing ghosting of things moving quickly through the frame.

Could this be done? Any thoughts? Is this already an idea somewhere?

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