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Perhaps a revolutionary perovskite sensor?

Discussion in 'News, Rumors and Q&A about L-MOUNT' started by Italo, Feb 13, 2020.

  1. Italo

    Italo New Member

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    Perhaps Mr. Kazuto has found this experimental sensor made in a Swiss laboratory and intends to make it: https://www.nature.com/articles/am2017163.pdf
    Note the size in which it can be made compared to a pixel of an SD10 and note the efficiency of the three layers compared to a classic foveon.
    Obviously it would be necessary to review the whole production process of the sensor taking a lot of time and new, perhaps never attempted, procedures.
    Such a sensor would solve all the problems of a silicon-based foveon!
     
    #1 Italo, Feb 13, 2020
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