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    I hope the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics will push Panasonic to get this tech into shipping cameras sooner than later. The white paper is mind blowing, but so are many others I've read. No idea how much heavy lifting might still be needed to get a production camera on the market. Hope we get to see footage from "shipping" cameras at NAB...

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    Blair,


    I think he said for Cinema and the Lumix series of cameras, that they will look into using the 8k organic sensor after the 2020 Olympics . Up until then I believe he said it would be for broadcast only and only in Japan.
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    Thanx Rand

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    No problem Man!
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    This sensor in a DSMC3 body with Redcode would probably be something I would like to use !

    I hope DSMC3 is kinda like a ranger style body
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    Dan,


    I think I would like the integrated Sidekick with a larger display, larger cooling fan, larger area for mounting things on top like the Ranger build and an adjustable back focus instead of shimmed one. And just leave the back part of the camera for more modular components. I still would like to be able to tear it down for more compactness or build it up if need be.
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    Using 8K to improve live event coverage with Panasonic ROI technology




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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Kanes View Post
    This sensor in a DSMC3 body with Redcode would probably be something I would like to use !

    I hope DSMC3 is kinda like a ranger style body
    +1 variing the sensitivity of the camera by ajusting the voltage of the sensor is genious in that design.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Tresch View Post
    +1 variing the sensitivity of the camera by adjusting the voltage of the sensor is genious in that design.
    Just to be accurate, they are adjusting the voltage within the layer of Organic Photoconductive Film and from the looks of where the microlenses are as well as the CFA, it's a pretty interesting design. Curious about those light wells for sure.

    It is possible to change the charge on the sensor itself, but they are marketing "smooth transition ND" and I don't think the sensor voltage is getting touched on that level.

    If everything comes together here on this technology, this would be a great way for Panasonic to get back into the big boys game.
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