Sony unveiled the details of a new 47MP MFT sensor that can shoot 8K video at 30fps.
Sony’s new IMX492 is a diagonal 23.1mm CMOS image sensor with a colour square pixel array. The multi-aspect sensor will capture 41-megapixel resolution in 4:3 mode or 35 megapixels in 17:9. The new Sony sensor records 8K video in 30p in 17:9 mode, and in 4:3 mode this drops to 25p.
The Sony IMX492 also offers 2.315μm pixel size for both the Bayer and Monochrome sensor version. No further details were provided as to availability and when we may start seeing it in cameras.
This kind of resolution for a MFT sensor is definitely huge and probably for high-end video-centric Micro Four Thirds system cameras. The new image sensor (model name IMX492LQJ) might actually show up in the successor to the Panasonic GH5S which could be named as Panasonic GH6 or the Olympus E-M1 III. Continue reading “Sony Unveils the 47MP MFT Sensor that Can Shoot 8K/30p Video”
According to latest reports the upcoming Panasonic GH6 camera may use the Sony 41MP Sensor [IMX594CQR].
Panasonic is rumored to announce the Lumix GH6 Micro Four Thirds camera sometime in 2020. Earlier Panasonic rumors claims that the upcoming video-centric mirrorless camera is expected to be on display at Photokina 2020 event. Possible release date of the Lumix GH6 should be at CP+ 2021 in February. The rumor mill also claims that there will be three models GH6V, GH6 and GH6X.
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Olympus is about to announce a new flagship MFT camera called the Olympus E-M1 III . Here is a recap of the Olympus E-M1 Mark III, everything we know so far.
The upcoming Olympus E-M1 Mark III flagship mirrorless camera will sit below the E-M1X in the line-up. When it comes to the specs, the list of features for the Olympus E-M1 Mark III is mainly at sensor and processor improvements . Anyway here are what we know so far about the Olympus E-M1 Mark III camera considering previous rumors. Continue reading “Olympus E-M1 Mark III : What We Know So Far”