Mike Miller Posted December 13, 2007 Share Posted December 13, 2007 http://www.high-techdigital.com/integration/Camera_t_1.htm This analysis claims 65% of the full horizontal resolution and 80% of the full vertical resolution when using Bayer filter Kodak, which invented the Bayer filter has similar claims. Other sites and test claim 1/2 resolution for Bayer filter: http://www.scss.com.au/family/andrew/camer...olution/#camres http://lagemaat.blogspot.com/2007/09/actua...ensors-you.html How does Red do it? How are they able to achieve full 4K resolution from a 4K single CMOS sensor with Bayer filter when neither Sony, nor Panasonic are able to do it? I do understand that Red is using some innovative algorithm that is superior to Kodak, Sony, Panasonic and everyone else. Could someone shed some light on it? Is Red using licenced technology? Is it their invention? Is it patented? Could someone direct me to their patent number? I have hard time believing that Red can achieve 4K from a 4K sensor, but everything i possible. The Red concept is quite innovating. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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