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Pixii ...
#1
... has slipped my attention ...

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#2
Probably a m43 sensor, which doesn't make much sense with the current lineup of M/LTM lenses at all.
#3
Maybe APS-C, which is not too bad. Remember the first M-mount digital rangefinder... from EPSON of all people? Smile Though the company keeping silence about that is kinda suspicious.
#4
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.
#5
(10-26-2018, 07:26 PM)obican Wrote: 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.

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.
#6
(10-27-2018, 03:32 PM)Brightcolours Wrote:
(10-26-2018, 07:26 PM)obican Wrote: 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.

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.

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... ;-)
  


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