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stevo23

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  • Boo hoo - "it wasn't accepted by real photographers because they didn't understand it."

    Whine whine. It's just not there guys. It doesn't do it, its a gimmick.

  • Boo hoo - "it wasn't accepted by real photographers because they didn't understand it."

    Whine whine. It's just not there guys. It doesn't do it, its a gimmick. It's a solution looking for a problem.

  • Commented on Bird in hair photo in APenza's photo gallery

    Was this at Butterfly World in Boca?

  • Those are some tiny photosites. Very cool stuff.

  • Like I said, if you're seeing anything better about the Olympus files, get one. I find nothing better about them. They are very soft and lack detail. I really think those high Mp smartphones do as...

  • But that is what oversampling is all about! Resolution in this case is additive. But sadly, I don't think you're actually getting extra resolution here, I think you're merely getting get best that...

  • But that is what oversampling is all about! Resolution in this case is additive. But sadly, I don't think you're actually getting extra resolution here, I think you're merely getting get best that...

  • But that is what oversampling is all about! Resolution in this case is additive. The problem is that you're not getting a 1+1+1 kind of addition, only a fraction of that because of the limitation...

  • But that is what oversampling is all about! Resolution in this case is additive. The problem is that you're not getting a 1+1+1 kind of addition, only a fraction of that because of the limitation...

  • So then you're saying that each 16Mp shot requires 3x the resolution when taken. I don't' know how or why this can be true.

    From what I've seen so far, that 40Mp is not impressive. About like...

  • So then you're saying that each 16Mp shot requires 3x the resolution when taken. I don't' know how or why this can be true.

    From what I've seen so far, that 40Mp is not impressive. About like...

  • It's shifting pixels and taking a shot, shifting and then another. It's 16Mp for each shot. The lens only needs to resolve 16Mp per shot. It is not being taxed any more with this approach.

    As for...

  • The lens resolving power only figures in at 16Mp. So if it wasn't a problem before, it isn't now. And I have no idea what you're seeing, but those 40Mp images are pretty ugly from the Em.

  • If you know you will be shooting subjects with high frequency detail, you will want the low pass filter. Moire can be a royal pain to correct and if you can get the camera to cancel it out with...

  • Same DR as 5D3? Seriously? This implies a Canon designed sensor.

  • Inferior resolution? They have the same resolution.

  • Looking at the Imaging Resource comparison and other samples, I can only conclude that while you're apparently getting a 40Mp file, you're NOT getting the resolution of a 40Mp camera - nowhere close.

  • @Nerd2 - agreed. The EM looks pretty ugly actually. BUT, in light of what they are achieving with that smaller sensor, I have to give them some credit.

  • @Jorginho - yes, as an incremental upgrade, I can see the point.

  • @Richard Franiec - the idea sounds great, but the samples are lackluster at best. I suspect they are up against a physics limitation with the current sensor technology and feeling the need to break...

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