I have put some of the high ISO RAW samples from the Sony a9 III under the pixel peeping microscope. The results do show there is a trade off for having a global shutter.
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Comment on the forum This new French camera has a few very noteworthy ideas behind it. First of all, it does away with a mechanical shutter to bring the cost down and instead has a global shutter CMOS sensor. Global shutter of course avoids the kind of distortion and banding you get from a rolling shutter. It has the advantage of being completely silent compared to an electronic shutter.
Comment on the forum Could the Sony A6700 get a break-through new sensor technology? Sony has been listening to the feedback surrounding the A6300 and A6500, which had quite a severe rolling shutter (30ms+) in 4K. The good news is, Sony have just announced a new high resolution 31MP (over 6K) APS-C / Super 35mm sensor with a global shutter.
[pullquote]Picture by Lori Grunin / view more hands-on photos of the A7R II at CNET[/pullquote] [pullquote]Comment on the forum[/pullquote] The Adorama Fair on the 14th June provided a hands-on with the Sony A7R II according to user reports. I haven’t verified the claims so take this news with a pinch of salt for now, but with or without salt the A7R II is looking very tasty indeed.
[pullquote]Comment on the forum[/pullquote] Canon are finally on the move. They have given the strongest hints yet that they see mirrorless as the future and have several mock-up designs in the lab. This is great news for video. How long before DSLRs are phased out?
TrueSense Imaging’s sensors are behind the Ikonoskop and Digital Bolex cameras. Traditionally known for their CCDs, the company is now stepping into CMOS for the first time.
There’s a new modular raw cinema camera. This one isn’t built by a camera company, or even a team. Created over the last 6 months in Flensburg in Northern Germany single-handedly by Roald Christessen, the camera features a global shutter and raw video. Here’s an exclusive Q&A with Roald and more about the camera technology…
Though it cannot be 100% confirmed I am pretty sure the Blackmagic Production Camera uses a sensor supplied by CMOSIS, which if true would be very good news as it is the latest technology and already in mass production. Here are your sensor questions answered…