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On Wednesday, 14 February 2018 13:42:12 UTC-5, Alfred Molon  wrote:
> This is quite impressive:
> 2.html
> An 8K sensor, most likely m4/3 size. Despite the small pixels, it has a 
> saturation level of 450K electrons - really impressive.
> Basically they do so by using a large capacitor for each pixel, and this 
> is possible because the photoelectric conversion and charge storage 
> parts are completely independent.
> In addition this thing has a global shutter and an electrically 
> steerable ND filter.
> -- 
> Alfred Molon
> Olympus E-series DSLRs and micro 4/3 forum at
> photo sharing site

10:1 it'll never see the light of day.  Plus, whenever "organic" enters the digital fray, it usually
means subject to some kind of degradation non-organic units don't suffer from.  Like burn-in of EVFs.