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  1. It's called Grid Type in Z9 settings, there's one each for stills and video: https://onlinemanual.nikonimglib.com/z9/en/15_menu_guide_04_g11.html
  2. The two new X-H cameras both use Sony Semicon sensors, they incoporate some of the latest technology from IMX610 (A1) including DBI and Sigma-Delta ADC.
  3. GH6 will use single exposure dual gain HDR:
  4. Again the root cause is indeed the X-Trans CFA. Fuji uses a demosaic algorithm for video/jpeg that prioritises speed and efficiency in a small camera body. This leads to colour smearing issue. It doesn't happen to X-Trans RAW stills anymore because modern RAW processing softwares have much more refined algorithms to deal with X-Trans.
  5. Nice video, inquisitive as always. This is mostly due to the nature of X-Trans, there are far more green photosites than red and blue, compared to traditional Bayer sensors, hence the less detailed Cr channel. The benefit is that it naturally reduces moire and it has a bit cleaner luminance detail (Y channel). You won't notice this on videos shot on Fuji GFX cameras which use Bayer sensor.
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    Olympus OM-1

    In the OM software "OM Workspace" yes, but not internally in-camera.
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    Olympus OM-1

    It seems OM1 has really good internal NR, applied at RAW debayer level: https://www.geh-photo.org/post/die-om-1-im-praxistest?continueFlag=143e81367b1d01290587846ff81073b9 Left EM1X, right OM1 OM1 ISO40000, yes forty thousand.
  8. Get a used TITAN X or XP from ebay:https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2047675.m570.l1313&_nkw=nvidia+titan&_sacat=0
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    EOS R1

    The sensor is capable of outputing 44fps but A1 is limited to 20fps at 14bit, while Venice 2 8K will run the sensor at full power.
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    EOS R1

    First glimpse of Canon's true flagship mirrorless slated for 2022: 54MP 9000 X 6000 resolution with 4um pixel size Quad Pixel AF 1/450s sensor readout (2.2ms rolling shutter) Dual-15bit Sigma-Delta ADC Fully electronic shutter with no mechnical component (same as Z9).
  11. Similarly, if you look really hard you can see the "stitching lines" on some shots showing skys in Miracle on the Hudson shot on Alexa 65, because the sensor is "stitched" using three A2X recticles.
  12. It's official: https://pro.sony/ue_US/products/digital-cinema-cameras/venice2
  13. Sensor is based on IMX610 from α1, but with 16 SLVS-EC 4.6Gbps lanes, intead of 8. The sensor itself cosumes over 5W power. There's no DRAM. ADC operates at 14bit at 1/250s readout at all times (meaning 4ms rolling shutter in all recording modes). Later paid firmware updates may unlock 8.6K 3:2 open gate up to 72fps, 8.6K 2.39:1 up to 120fps.
  14. It's a leak, full info hasn't been released yet. Based on the framerates above, it will very likely do 5.8K 2.39:1 at 120fps.
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