Olympus E-M5II and sensor shift technology – 40Mpx from MFT?

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  1. Anthony Mak says:

    Hi Viktor,

    Based on this news, I’m going to make a prediction: the Sony A7r III will use sensor shift technology to create circa 105MP images in the same way as the new Olympus OMD E-M5 II.

    Reasoning: Sony have already said that 42MP is optimal on full-frame, so where else can they go? Unless someone invents totally new physics for sensors, then this is the next best thing. Copying Olympus by installing 5-axis stabilisation was just the first step. Assuming Sony can achieve the same performance multiplier of x2.5, then 105MP might be possible.

    What do you think?

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