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Sony sensors presentation
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  • Claiming eyes level DR ... wait and see.
  • World domination finally ;-)
  • Sony dont know slow cooking...

    Don't kill the competition too fast!!!!
  • If they can do eye- or even film-level DR at 1000 bucks, count me (and presumably almost everyone on this forum) in! :-D
  • Not eye level, but beyond they claim. Sounds like hyperbole to me, maybe they are comparing to someone with a eye disorder. If they achieve it, it'll be a revolution not an evolution.
  • If you ask me, we'll certainly see revolution in the big sensors.
    They'll be much more senserive, nosie reduction will be much improved, and they'll be fast enough to pull 60-120gps at full resolution.
    And big thanks we must say to extra small sensors for tablets and cell phones as they are source of many innovations.