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  1. 56 minutes ago, Llaasseerr said:

    Yes, the sensor in the FX6 and potentially the FX3 is more or less the same as the sensor in the a7sIII. But the a7sIII does not have the WDR feature enabled. 

    As for Fuji, I assume you mean the Sony sensor in the GFX100. The dynamic range of this camera is still within the bounds of an X-T3/X-T4, around 12 stops. It doesn't have the particular WDR method enabled that is potentially going to be in the FX6 and possibly the FX3.

    You  sure.....https://www.repaire.net/forums/articles/sony-alpha-7s-iii-dual-iso-pas-vraiment.1081/

  2. On 12/21/2020 at 2:51 PM, 92F said:

    I think Fuji uses a Sony sensor, so it uses the same technology as that of the Aptina patent acquired by Sony.

    It's a dual gain as explained here  . https://www.photonstophotos.net/Aptina/DR-Pix_WhitePaper.pdf

     

     

    1 hour ago, Llaasseerr said:

     

    There are numerous white papers authored by Japanese imaging engineers about this sensor tech, and this looks like it could be first to market for a mainstream consumer/pro camera release. 🤞

    Some of the white papers:

    https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9281334

    https://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/19/24/5572

    https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/ist/ei/2020/00002020/00000007/art00003

     

    Sony A7SIII has it too...

  3. Yes ...In the case of a native dual ISO (Panasonic), the dynamics offered via each of the two native  ISO concerned,  is exactly the same ( "X" stops above the medium gray, "Y" stops below)

    On 12/15/2020 at 11:25 PM, Mark Romero 2 said:

    That would differ from Black Magic sensor....

    I d'ont know ...

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