JeffGreenberg

amazing leap forward in sensors in about 2020-21...

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Eric Fossum, inventor of CMOS (pronounced see-moss) sensor

has recently announced QIS (pronounced ?kiss? or ?kwiss?) sensor

able to detect 1 photon & offering millions of "jots" full frame (bye bye pixels)...

(at similar costs of current sensors)

 

https://www.digitaltrends.com/photography/quanta-image-sensor-low-light-camera/

 

Will all current stock photograhy have to be retaken to be competitive?????!!!

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Interesting article but I think you might be a tad bit optimistic on your timeline for consumer application, unless they sell the patent to Sony.  Then you might see it by 2020.  :P  I'm being a little "cheeky" here.  Just noting that Sony seems to run with innovation.

 

To answer your question, "No".  I've noticed that many here have posted in the "What has sold..."  threads showing their scanned film images.  I think your safe for a while Jeff.  :-) 

 

Rick

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3 hours ago, JeffGreenberg said:

Will all current stock photograhy have to be retaken to be competitive?????!!!

 

Jeff:

 

In my universe, all stock photography has to be retaken regularly for all sorts of reasons. Styles change, tastes change, and new generations of buyers use different criteria. It's all part of the game.

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Every month my images from 1990s thru 2017 license,

film to 6mp to 10mp to 18mp to 20mp...

:( OH  :( JESUS  :( HERE  :( COME  :( THE  :( GAWBLIMEY  :( BLOODY  :( JOTS 

BUT HOW ARE THEY GOING TO COMPETE WITH MULTI-MILLION JOT IMAGES???!!!

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