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06-03-2015, 12:18 AM   #661
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QuoteOriginally posted by Shanti Quote
from what Kenspo (san) has said no 24,36,46 so we must look out for 40MP sensors maybe
ok, thanks for that, what ever it turns out to be I'm sure they have chosen carefully

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QuoteOriginally posted by Shanti Quote
from what Kenspo (san) has said no 24,36,46 so we must look out for 40MP sensors maybe or maybe its a Samsung sensor?? 28APSC --40MP FF
I said no to everything, just because I won't give away too much. But Samsung it will be not.
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ok, well, my guess still stands at 24 or 36
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QuoteOriginally posted by beachgardener Quote
ok, well, my guess still stands at 24 or 36
Asahiman said it won't be 24MP ages ago.
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ok then, narrowing it down, 36
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ok then, narrowing it down, 36
+1. That would be the least surprising choice.
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I said no to everything, just because I won't give away too much. But Samsung it will be not.
What about sensor from Kodak, I've heard they had a brand new technology with one white pixel in addition to RGB?

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It is neither obvious nor true.
At 6400, there is no, at 12800, there is an invisible 1/6 stop advantage for the D750.
For delicate questions such as this, don't trust sources other than DxO. My humble advice.
Those two photos were taken with the same lens (24-70f/2.8) at manual mode with the same settings except ISO which was 12800 on D750 and 6400 on D810.
RAW files were converted to jpeg with the same software using default parameters and without any additional postprocessing.
If you look for details at dark corners (lower right for example) IT IS OBVIOUS that D750 is much better in low light.

p.s.I am not so familiar with Nikons at technical level and I don't know anything about "invisible 1/6 stop advantage". From my point of view most important advantage here is the pixel size of 24Mp sensor.

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What about sensor from Kodak, I've heard they had a brand new technology with one white pixel in addition to RGB?
Kodaks sensor business seems to have been taken over by Onsemi Semiconductor and Integrated Circuit Devices Who only make custom sensor solutions.
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Kodaks sensor business seems to have been taken over by Onsemi Semiconductor and Integrated Circuit Devices Who only make custom sensor solutions.
Kodak's 'Image Sensor Solutions' division was purchased at the end of 2011 by the investment fund Platinum Equity, renamed Truesense Imaging and sold to ON Semiconductor on 30 April 2014.

Platinum Equity

ON Semiconductor Completes Acquisition of Truesense Imaging, Inc.

Business has been refocused on industrial end-markets: machine vision, surveillance and intelligent transportation systems. Farewell photography...
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QuoteOriginally posted by kenspo Quote
I said no to everything, just because I won't give away too much. But Samsung it will be not.
So yes its not a Samsung..or is that also a NO
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So yes its not a Samsung..or is that also a NO
Hehe..we all know where the sensor will be from
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So sassy! A Sony sensor of course.
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Can't find any rumours about a new Sony ff sensor except the curved one.
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