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Snazzy over on YouTube, and Apple fan has said similar statements. His review on Win 11 is fairly unapologetic and he does a fairly concise review of the differences and strengths/weakness of Win 11 when it comes to the debate.
It’s two images at point of focus on the sensor from what I’ve seen, so that’s why I think it’s to do with the resolution/sensor density. I doubt it’d be the image processor, as the R3 uses the same generation (and has additional processors to reduce load such as focusing, similar to 1 series cameras though I’ve yet to see the whitepaper).
Not had to chance to dig into the nitty gritty of the new lens and how it resolves the final image, and reviews will be interesting as I don’t there’s many of the usual channels that’ll be able to fully review it to it’s capabilities.
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Could be area of coverage on the sensor, or more probable sensor resolution/density. I’ve heard nothing back from CPS yet which is no surprise.
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It’s an RF lens so should work with the R6, R5 and the new R3 if they get the relevant firmware updates and no reason they shouldn’t? The R5 is the only one that works up to 8k. The question is how well it’ll capture on those other cameras.
Time to rattle CPS to get more info from them I think,