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Pixii ... - Klaus - 10-22-2018
... has slipped my attention ...
RE: Pixii ... - obican - 10-22-2018
Probably a m43 sensor, which doesn't make much sense with the current lineup of M/LTM lenses at all.
RE: Pixii ... - Rover - 10-26-2018
Maybe APS-C, which is not too bad. Remember the first M-mount digital rangefinder... from EPSON of all people? Though the company keeping silence about that is kinda suspicious.
RE: Pixii ... - obican - 10-26-2018
Nope, definitely m4/3 sensor.
There is no APS-C sensor with global shutter. And there's a m4/3 sensor with the exact quoted pixel pitch.
RE: Pixii ... - Brightcolours - 10-27-2018
(10-26-2018, 07:26 PM)obican Wrote: Nope, definitely m4/3 sensor.
Which MFT sensor is that, with 5.5musomething pixelpitch and a global shutter?
The funniest thing in the nonsensical specs: 12 bit "sampling RATE". Right.
And very inventive... "optimized with microlenses". WOAH.
RE: Pixii ... - photonius - 10-27-2018
(10-27-2018, 03:32 PM)Brightcolours Wrote:(10-26-2018, 07:26 PM)obican Wrote: Nope, definitely m4/3 sensor.
And most interestingly, they forgot (on purpose?) to specify sensor size and Pixel count.
But that's not important as we all know...
Maybe it's a micro sensor with 50x50 pixels. A hipster buys everything as long as it has 12 bit sampling rate... ;-)
RE: Pixii ... - Rover - 11-20-2018
So it's a 12 MP APS-C sensor after all. And the price is rather steep for that (or for anything else, really). Therefore... a D.O.A.?
RE: Pixii ... - Brightcolours - 11-20-2018