Seems far fetched but not impossible. I look at the example of the sensor used
by Sigma, which has so far, after years of tireless work, has failed to achieve
its promised benefits.
I would just be pleased by a better four thirds sensor, as example, something
about 24MP with on chip PDAF. That would shut me up if affordable.
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For what it's worth, there is an evolution of LED lighting - maybe it will make
way into sensors?
I.e., LEDs at 6 points in the spectrum.
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