Wouldn't you be worried about that approach messing up the phase detection?Yes .
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Assuming it's a Bayer sensor with multiple pixels under each microlens (like the 70D), there's not a lot they can do to improve sensor performance that's outside the realm of read noise. There are several ways to attack that one, and some of them involve doing clever things with the multiple pixels per microlens, such as reading out each one at a different ISO and then combining them, sort of like what Magic Lantern has done to increase DR.
I've been through every free Chipworks article they have ever published.
We’re told by a few other people that Canon is working on a “foveon like” sensor for their next generation of full frame cameras.
The 7D2ii must be coming now. The stars are aligning.
I really hope that Canon doesn't release another rebel series dslr.. I still see t3i being sold and don't even see the t4i much and even less of the t5i. the price differences are so minimal now too. Just stop. lol
Didn't Chipworks or someone already do an analysis on the 5D Mk III CMOS? I feel like they would have noticed something like this.
Edit: Yeah, they did. Here's a link: http://www.chipworks.com/en/technical-competitive-analysis/resources/blog/full-frame-dslr-cameras-canon-stays-the-course/
What makes this photograph worth $4,338,500 (other than the obvious fact someone was prepared to pay that amount for it)?
If I’m reading this correctly, if the aperture follows the curvature of the glass you end up by saving some space ...
Deal: EOS 70D Body $949 at B&H Photo
I just don't want to spend a significant amount of money and be disappointed by a quirky AF behavior.
Scepticism aside, I wonder how Canon will be able to place a 7D MkII in its current product line?
the 6Dmk2 would be built close to 5D3 while retaining its small size and multi-directional dial (whatever you call it).