CCD benefitsCan anybody explain what are the benefits of CCD versus CMOS? I heard something about the sensor's layer composition that helps getting good sharpness with old lenses, as being closer to how film performs in the focal plane rendering.
SOULlook at the grain of any CCD picture, pure SOUL
some special magic
Same shit as CMOS but noisier and more expensive.
Old sensors tried to look like slide film as that is what 99% of pro work was shot with.Modern sensors try to look as sterile and true to life as possible.Of course there are exceptions.
No idea as I've never used anything else than CCD[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]Camera-Specific Properties:Equipment MakePENTAX CorporationCamera ModelPENTAX K10DCamera SoftwareK10D Ver 1.31Sensing MethodOne-Chip Color AreaFocal Length (35mm Equiv)120 mmImage-Specific Properties:Image OrientationTop, Left-HandHorizontal Resolution72 dpiVertical Resolution72 dpiImage Created2022:09:18 14:34:36Exposure Time1/90 secF-Numberf/9.5Exposure ProgramAperture PriorityISO Speed Rating1600Exposure Bias1/2 EVMetering ModePatternFlashNo Flash, CompulsoryFocal Length80.00 mmColor Space InformationsRGBImage Width1824Image Height1216RenderingNormalExposure ModeManualWhite BalanceManualScene Capture TypeStandardContrastNormalSaturationNormalSharpnessNormalSubject Distance RangeMacro
Reminder that these threads are just a way to increase the used market prices by pretending that older tech is vastly superior to modern one. This causes the average zoomer and millennial to spend extra cash buying obsolete cameras thinking their photography will be better if they buy this magical sensor.
>>4100214based pentaxchad Which one you recommend?
>>4100244this lol>>4099851>Can anybody explain what are the benefits of CCD versus CMOS?Cheaper to make low-volume runs in CCD.
>>4100164That's not CCD vs CMOS, it's strong vs weak color filter array. CCD and CMOS are colorblind, the colors are produced by the mosaic filter.That's why D2X and 5D have so-called "CCD colors" despite being CMOS. It's about design choices
>>4100265They try to emulate ccd colors maybe, but theyre not quite there.Ccds are closer to slides than cmos imitating ccds are, there is a clear cut difference.
>>4099851The CCD on the Leica M8 (and I assume with similar properties M9 too maybe) has this spectacular feature where it's almost impossible to clip highlights unless you intend to or you're some kind of spectacular retard ape who can't walk and breathe at the same time. (I've only done it a couple of times.)
>>4100164This anon gets it.>>4100265>muh strong cfa!The irony of this claim is that color accuracy went up with newer, weaker CFAs. The problem wasn't RGB separation, it was noise, and a weaker CFA reduces noise.>>4100492Old CCDs are closer to slides because they have less dynamic range like slides. If you want to emulate slides, pull the exposure down and let some of the shadows/highlights go in post.
>>4099851There are none.In camera processing and individual pixel size matters more than sensor design.
>>4100533>The problem wasn't RGB separation, it was noiseWrong.
>>4100533>The problem wasn't RGB separation, it was noiseRight.
So if ccds had stronger cfa, how come the leica m8/9 and every digishit ever have ass washed out colours??
>>4100533>color accuracy went up with newer, weaker CFAsit didn't though, the sensitivity metamerism index went downthey mistake different colors and assume them to be the same
Based Panasonic is going to right the wrongs committed over the years by the camera industry with their organic sensor. A new dawn of color is coming.https://www.43rumors.com/panasonic-again-displayed-an-organic-sensor-prototype/