Canon Working On Global Shutter Camera and Quad-Pixel AF: Report
Though we’re still likely many months away from a finished product, Canon Rumors is reporting that in addition to working on a global shutter full-frame sensor, Canon filed a patent for a Quad-Pixel autofocus system.
Let’s first delve into the reports that a global shutter is coming to the EOS R1, the rumored mirrorless equivalent to the EOS-1D series. According to the report, Canon is working on an all-new image sensor that features a global shutter and the fastest frame rate for stills that Canon has ever produced.
All consumer-level full-frame cameras right now use what is called a rolling shutter, where different lines of the sensor array are exposed at different times. The amount of time that elapses from one part of the sensor to the other is dependent on many factors, but…
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