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Nikon Announced The Development Of A New 1-Inch 17.84MP Stacked CMOS 4k 1000 Fps Sensor


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Now you talking

Nikon announced the development of a new 1-inch 17.84MP stacked CMOS 4k 1000 fps sensor - Nikon Rumors

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Can't stop technical progress… even if I would not find any utility in it!



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Can't stop technical progress… even if I would not find any utility in it!

I have no idea about the numbers but this sensor will have very fast readout and about double or triple better Dynamic Range than a D850 or z7

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I think you misunderstood the reported data, Bobby.

The projected DR — dynamic range — is expressed in dB given for
different fps rates, which is an audio performance standard. 



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I think you misunderstood the reported data, Bobby.

The projected DR — dynamic range — is expressed in dB given for
different fps rates, which is an audio performance standard.

Maybe or maybe not! I have no idea But these pictures prove something! Hope it’s true

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Maybe or maybe not! I have no idea But these pictures prove something! Hope it’s true

And what if I may ask?



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I see A lot of potential
Maybe a new medium format sensor or a full frame wit better DR & ISO performance
Also I’d like to see new Processors from Nikon which is very important

And what if I may ask?

for example if you have a bird flying against the sky this sensor will expose higher ISO number than 100! Maybe better shadow recovery on PP
Or landscape this sensor will expose sky and shadows properly in one frame

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Again Bobby, the specs are for 4K video and sound DR.

Why don't you set your camera on Auto ISO?



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Again Bobby, the specs are for 4K video and sound DR.

Why don't you set your camera on Auto ISO?

Depends, Sometimes is set to auto iso.
It’s complicated with white subjects every D500 will clip the highlights, after 4 great years with this camera I noticed that it’s better to nail the exposure manually ! If I don’t like the exposure on my camera screen I start to worry
It’s a very dangerous small sensor that will not forgive, you can not recover on PP it’s all gone
I know I shouldn’t complain it’s still a great DX camera at this price range

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It’s complicated with white subjects every D500 will clip the highlights…

The culprit is not your D500 but your shooting strategy, nothing
to do with sensor size.

All cameras have light meters set for 18% average, In bright light,
meters are tricked to underexposed so one must use an EV com-
pension — checking with your best friend the histogram!



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The culprit is not your D500 but your shooting strategy, nothing
to do with sensor size.

All cameras have light meters set for 18% average, In bright light,
meters are tricked to underexposed so one must use an EV com-
pension — checking with your best friend the histogram!

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