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New Panasonic CMOS (non-organic) full frame 8K sensor revealed

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10 hours ago, Snowfun said:

Interesting piece. And an impressive camera.

What will be more impressive and it’ll certainly happen is when the ROI is defined by the viewer not the broadcaster.



Interesting concept. I would imagine the execution will be much harder.

I suspect it will be much like 360 video ads that use to be on YouTube that allowed the user to use their phone to see around. Nobody liked it.

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It's a purpose-built Panasonic sensor, it can output 8K 60P.

When you don't have power and thermal and form-factor constraints, it's not hard to build something like this. But it's entirely something else when you try to miniaturise it into a consumer product, this sensor assembly alone consumes a whopping 10W power.

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I have been told that organic sensors are great...."if"....you can find a way to keep them cool. Supposedly, they require large amounts of power to drive them and all that power generates high heat. Will we ever see organic sensors in a GH5 or S1H sized body using existing sized batteries?. Prolly not for a long time from now.

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