It is enough exciting to know that Fuji will implement the hybrid optical and electronic viewfinder technology on a camera that takes interchangeable lenses. But the even more amazing news is that the Fuji LX camera coming in February will be the first camera featuring an organic sensor! (Source: Zemes Gaoson).
As you know a month ago Fuji stated that the new camera will outperform current fullframe sensor. And the leaked images and lens info make us suppose that they will manage to squeeze that superb image quality on a small APS-C camera. That's why It's easy to guess that Fuji will use a completely new and revolutionary technology to archive the goal. Zemes says: "Fujifilm already said that the new sensor will have lowlight performance that rivals the current best full frame SLR sensors. And based on what I read about the Fujifilm's revolutionary Organic CMOS, I have no reason to doubt this claim."
Noisycamera found that research paper from Fuji (Click to download the pdf). In short this is the advantage of using the new organic sensors: "As the organic photoelectric conversion layer has a large absorption coefficient in principle, it can absorb enough light in spite of its extreme thinness. Therefore, it is free from spectral cross-talk between tiny pixels when capturing slanting rays of light and does not need any micro-lenses conventionally used for gathering incident light. The spectral sensitivity of the organic photoelectric conversion layer can be freely controlled by designing organic materials and it is possible to achieve a panchromatic property which does not have sensitivity to infrared light but only to blue, green and red light as shown in Fig. 2. Therefore, it is not necessary to use a conventional infrared light cut filter and we can eliminate its problem, a change of infrared cut wavelength and color hue caused by a change of the angle of light incidence."
And here is the specs summary of the new Fuji LX camera coming in February:
- APS-C sensor size
- Organic sensor
- New proprietary mount
- All metal body
- Hybrid viewfinder
- 1/4000 top shutter
- universal hot shoe
- 18mm/2.0 pancake, 35mm/1.4,. Probably a zoom and a 60mm prime lens coming too.
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