This Sony IMX671 sensor could be used in the new Fujifilm X-H2S and the rumored ZV camera

FujiAddict spotted a new Sony IMX671-AAPH sensor that could be used in the new Fujifilm X-H2S and the rumored/upcoming Sony ZV camera:

"Sony Semiconductor revealed to VARs a public version of Fujifilm’s X-H2s sensor, the IMX671-AAPH. I believe it compares to the version used in the X-H2s with only differences in CFA and phase focus point position.

This sensor is not able to achieve an output frame rate that is in sync with the high readout speed because of bandwidth limitations, but there is enough free time for focusing.

Nevertheless, the X-H2s still does not unlock the full performance of this sensor, and it is possible that in future machines we will see 4K/120fps with full-width supersampling and 6.2K 60fps with OpenGate.

The sensor then supports extended ISO using a multi-frame stack for time-gap-free e-ND, a feature not yet applied on the Fujifilm X-H2s."

Sony IMX671 Might Be The Sensor in Sony’s New High-End APS-C Camera and The Fujifilm X-H2S

Sony is rumored to announce a new APS-C camera with a back-illuminated stacked sensor like the α9/α1

Via SonyAddict

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