Das war jetzt nicht schwer:
https://cinematography.com/index.php?/t ... ent=239577The point is that we didn't piggy-back on anyone's sensor design. It was a fresh sheet of paper. It is RED's design. The fab house could be anywhere... but that isn't where the technology is. It is in the design of the sensor.
The Mysterium sensor was/is a fresh sheet of paper design owned and fabbed exclusively for RED. We did NOT buy an existing product or sensor design from any of the companies known for sensor sales and productions... IBM, Canon, Sony, Dalsa, Micron, Fill Factory... whatever. If we had, you would have seen the same sensor in some other camera! We have full-time sensor development staff at RED working on Mysterium X and the next generation sensor after that.
http://www.reduser.net/forum/showthread ... #post57836We have successfully done testing at ISO (ASA) 4000. It is noisy but very useable. You might even be able to squeek out ISO 8000. The Mysterium® sensor is so clean that it is amazing.
Canons neuer Vollformat-Wurf klingt wie eine eierlegende Wollmilchsau: 10 Bit XF-AVC plus interne 6K RAW Aufzeichnung in einem kompakten ASIC Design mit professionellen Bedienelementen, ND-Filter sowie Dual-Pixel Autofokus. Da will man natürlich erst recht wissen, wie es um die Qualität der Sensorauslesung bestellt ist... weiterlesen>>