(10-17-2020, 08:22 AM)Brightcolours Wrote: He was Dutch :O
Anyhow, the solution is not an even faster mechanical shutter. The solution is something that already exists in other types of cameras: a global shutter on the sensor. The reason why no one yet offers a global shutter on sensors of big sensor "consumer" cameras is, as far as I know, that the extra stuff needed on the sensor impacts the light sensitivity (space the sensels can occupy), so a lower DR/worse high ISO performance.
Yes Dutch with a name like that !!
I have heard that Canon is looking at global shutter technology ..... question is the time factor to bring it to production ........ could it be ready for next year ....... will it require a lower Mps sensor to fit all that technology on the same sized sensor?
The Sony is said to be for next spring ........ Canon around a similar time ...... Nikon not till "an" autumn (no year mentioned )