Reported 150MP though. That hints at sensor resolution being 150/4? 37.5MP. Just guessing here. I am not quite up to speed with this tech yet.Seeing they've incorporated IBIS, this extra feature for stills must undoubtedly be pixel-shift to up your stills resolution to 179MP or so.
It is possible that he cropped the image, or, didn't give an exact number of MP to not give away details he obviously cannot do under NDA.Reported 150MP though. That hints at sensor resolution being 150/4? 37.5MP. Just guessing here. I am not quite up to speed with this tech yet.
It at least does 33MP stills at a rate of 30 fpsI think at this point, the MAJOR new feature would be that it actually WILL do stills
Some of you guys on here have been so worried about the video feature set hype, I think ya'll were really wondering if it would do a still frame
Guess the event is officialDoes no one else find it odd that Canon themselves have said nothing about this so called upcoming release event? I don't know anything about Canon's press release history, but I would think with only 8 days to go that they would have already started the hype machine and provided some kind of countdown to the press release. According to their calendar, July looks like a very quiet month: https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/about/newsroom/events/#calendar
So because all manufacturers are close, that means there can be no gains? You can say there don’t need to be any gains, I would get that.I don't believe that for a second.
There is nothing to gain in high iso DR as all manufacturers are within a hairsbreadth of each other. https://photonstophotos.net/Charts/PDR.htm#Canon EOS 1D X Mark III,Nikon D5,Nikon D6,Sony ILCE-9M2
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No, the point was all manufacturers are so close in high iso because current technology is limited by laws of physics. Until there is a substantial change in technology, a revolutionary change that hasn’t been demoed or patented anywhere, or the laws of physics are negated there is practically little improvement to be had at high iso.So because all manufacturers are close, that means there can be no gains? You can say there don’t need to be any gains, I would get that.