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    It has a thin metallic film layer over the CMOS sensor.

    But I believe it's lactose intolerant.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DLD View Post
    It has a thin metallic film layer over the CMOS sensor.

    But I believe it's lactose intolerant.
    Does it have "Real Chocolatey Flavor !" as well ?


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    The IBC slides are posted here (yes, I know). Right below the color filter, there's a layer labeled "organic photoconductive film", where the "photoelectric conversion part" happens. So, they have an organic material that generates electricity when hit by light, and they're using it to create a thin film on top of a silicon substrate; they then get those electrons and move them around the same way as in a standard CMOS sensor. This is an advantage over standard sensors only as long as that organic material is generating more electrons per photon (which it also has to do in a very consistent way). I guess that must be the case if they've decided to make cameras with this tech, but really: no idea.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel H View Post
    The IBC slides are posted here (yes, I know).
    I love that I read that statement and thought to myself: I wonder if that is a EOSHD link?

    Sure enough. =)
    @andreemarkefors


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    XDDDDD
    It's not as common as it should, but he did good here


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    Kind of feels like a car show prototype. Will it be in the GH6? is all I care about.

    And yes, s35 for sports? Would love to see what a 70x box lens looks like for S35. Now that would be some thin DOF.!


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    Bottom line, currently there are no s35 lenses in production(that I’m aware of) that match 2/3” “box lenses” for sports production in terms of range and reach. I’m guessing if they stick with a s35 sized sensor, they will have to use an optical adapter or a built-in expander that’s designed as part of the camera/optical path from the outset, like in their recently announced 4K ENG camera, so that 2/3” zooms can be used. As nice as a Canon 50-1000 is, it’s still nowhere close to the range of a 100x+ box lens. And you keep the DoF the same.


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    Just because it's intended for sports - or, more succinct, for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics - doesn't mean it will be used at every event and there are plenty of events - anything indoors, from the gymnastics to the aquatics to boxing, wrestling, fencing and so on - where the long reach isn't a necessity.

    For the track and field, soccer, bicycle races, opening/closing ceremonies, they still have 2/3" and those mega zooms.


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    Wow.


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