E-1 sensor very good? I remember someone (can't remember who) told me before the colors are good.I hope its true too... Probably cause the E-1 has a FT CCD sensor in it from Kodak,hahahha
E-1 sensor is good cause of the colours and the best I've seen from my DSLRs so farE-1 sensor very good? I remember someone (can't remember who) told me before the colors are good.
I also recall one old man telling me about his old Kodak dSLR and how powerful it is at low ISO.
Well... who knows? Maybe the already have a prototype live MOS sensor in their labs? :bsmilie:Well, we won't be seeing a Kodak sensor anytimes soon on m4/3 because they are all CCD.
Maybe Fuji or Sigma from the article, but anything goes really.
I would imagine Panasonic is working on its next generation sensor, and I would hope that the GF2 or something gets that sensor.
Kodak makes the best sensor if not THE BEST. :heart: Interesting isn't it? How a film maker now becomes a no.1 in CCD sensor.as in how are they better or more powerful in any sense. can someone enlighten me?
i do heard of very good comments from users of the old Kodak dSLR.
thank you in advance.
Half right. The CCDs give better signal fidelity than CMOS/NMOS/PMOS, the DSP behind still plays a very important role. E300 & E500 also used the FFT CCD but u look at their output, not quite there with the E1. The E1 has some powerful processing going on behind. :thumbsup:spidey89 said:E-1 sensor is good cause of the colours and the best I've seen from my DSLRs so far
Why not? If Kodak uses their new pixel pattern instead of the Bayer arrangement, the sensor will be 2x-4x more sensitive compared to ANY current sensor that uses the Bayer arrangement.Well, we won't be seeing a Kodak sensor anytimes soon on m4/3 because they are all CCD.
Well, that would imply that m4/3 cameras with CCD sensors won't have live view.Why not? If Kodak uses their new pixel pattern instead of the Bayer arrangement, the sensor will be 2x-4x more sensitive compared to ANY current sensor that uses the Bayer arrangement.
Having both an E-300 and E-330, I'd look forward to seeing the CCD back again...other than my NMOS based E-330's live view feature, I prefer the images from my CCD based E-300!
A typical sensor has a RGBG (Red, Green, Blue, Green, yes there's double the green pixels) arrangement, the new Kodak arrangement adds colourless pixels which increases light sensitivity.
As for Fuji's "Super CCD EXR" while it doesn't use the Bayer pattern, it still uses an RGBG arrangement, it's just a different arrangement of the colours.
just being curious, how did you came to the conclusion of Kodak making the best sensors?Kodak makes the best sensor if not THE BEST. :heart: Interesting isn't it? How a film maker now becomes a no.1 in CCD sensor.
Research labs & researchers all over the world mainly use CCDs, many from Kodak. Astronomers imaging acquisition use Kodak CCD most of the time (not cam hobbyists that mount their Canon on telescopes), Medium Format digital backs use Kodak, Leica digital back for R8 & R9 (DMR 1?) use Kodak including M8 & M9. Need i say more? :lovegrin:
:bsmilie: Hope this coming camera is what you want thenI am.
Just that I would like to think there's only something better coming and not stagnation
But most people have been "spoilt" with having live view,so don't think not having a live view is an option for most peopleWell, that would imply that m4/3 cameras with CCD sensors won't have live view.
4/3s have no issues with that since there's a viewfinder.
Yes. My Dream is coming true.http://43rumors.com/ft4-olympus-kodak-sensor-partnership/
Now I finally know why my E-3 died on me (if this rumour is true).
PLEASE LET IT BE TRUE....
SONY??? Sony makes the WORST sensors out there...remember the huge recall a few years ago that affected just about every camera brand and that included Olympus? In case you never heard of this (and how many camera makes and models that were affected), here's an article about the recall:if sony does makes sensors for lab equipment and astro work, people could also have bought them as well, since they are available.