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04-30-2013, 01:15 AM   #16
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The question to this is: Is the hardware inside the K-5 (II)(s) ready to this, or would we have to wait for a more enhanced processing engine inside the camera.

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The question to this is: Is the hardware inside the K-5 (II)(s) ready to this, or would we have to wait for a more enhanced processing engine inside the camera.
The hardware would be quite capable of handling 6 exposures where the sensor was shifted by the appropriate amount but the putting together of the files would probably have to be done by a computer.
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IIRC, that 200MP Hassy can only shoot things that don't move because it's so slow. Would a 64MP version do 1/4000, I wonder.
I own the H4 200ms, and am lined up to soon get the H5 - basically same sensor.

As long as the 200ms (digital back) is on a tripod (or darned steady support) the camera will capture most any still subject, but also at any shutter speed. The camera itself is not slow, but does take a while to process an image; especially compared to even a full frame (non medium format) slr. The 200ms is also not nearly as fast as say something such as a Mamiya 80mp.
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Hit send button too soon...

Also the sensor technology is in fact covered by numerous patents. Although several companies have placed serious consideration into purchasing and using the patents

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But 30 seconds to take one shot ! I must find diving models for my studio...
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Personally, I do not see any real advantage to performing the post processing within the camera body. As in bracketing, post processing on a computer system provides for better results.

What thread did Falconeye refer to this in?

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