« on: March 04, 2013, 08:47:10 AM »
Large pixels generally have high read-noise which means they tend to have a tough time in such environments. Read the text. They claim to have developed technologies that counteract that affect (that read noise increases with pixel size).Hmm, ok. But in the general discussion, noise increases when pixels get smaller (at Hi-ISO). It would be kind of obvious to think that noise decreases when pixels get larger (at Hi-ISO).
(maybe those are two different sources of noise I am talking about?)
7.5, not 7.2^2.Yeah, my bad. But I think the principle is the same...2.4MP on FF would have lower HI-ISO noise than 18MP...I guess...