is it not better that we discuss facts about different sensors than sales , Im not chocked that some people are defending Canon. Some people seems chocked that Canon not are always best in everything they do.And please, I haven't say that Canons sensors are crappy, what kind of BS is that, Im saying that Canons research and sensors are not in level with others today and no new solutions are presented, and I do not mean improvements of a old sensor tech from 2004
And why does that matter? How, exactly, has Canon's continued use of 500nm caused any serious degradation of IQ for 99% of photographers? The only thing they have a problem with is low ISO read noise, and then, only when you are in a DR limited situation where you need more than a two stop shadow push. Canon sensors ONLY show their weakness RELATIVE to Sony Exmor when pushed MORE than two stops...something very few people actually do.
Canon "technology", which is really referring to their fabrication process and sensor design with 500nm transistors, is a non-issue in the grand scheme of things. You come here to demonize Canon every chance you get, and whether you directly state it or not, the implication you impose is extremely clear: You think Canon sucks, that everyone should move to Nikon, and that Canon is literally incapable of competing. When people try to debate you on that issue, you simply turn around and call all of us here on CANON Rumors a bunch of nutcase religious zealots, berate our membership, and otherwise light little canon-hate fires everywhere.
Then you proceed to act shocked and amazed that everyone turns against you, defends their preferred brand, or continues to argue that Canon makes excellent products DESPITE not yet having moved to a new sensor fabrication product (something that should be attributed to Canon's prowess as an efficient, financially savvy competitor in the marketplace, not some has-been dud that will be dead tomorrow.) The fact that everyone here turns against you when you berate them and call them religious nutcases shouldn't be surprising at this point, Mikael...you bring it on yourself.
I like to discuss facts, research and technical questions.
The big stumbling block is that Canon is no longer the best CMOS sensors manufacture and that is difficult to understand for some
Last I checked Canon were in the camera and imaging system making business not CMOS sensor making (though they do that too!). They make mighty fine cameras, no one can argue about that. Now why don't we all chill and have a nice wee cuppa tea and get on with our lives!