Greg Beetham wrote:The A58 is the first ever A-mount camera from Sony offering ‘TRILUMINOUS Colour’ experience a dramatically expanded palette of vivid, ultra realistic colours ….erm hold the bus, what is ultra-realistic? How do you get more realistic than realistic?
agorabasta wrote:They use that 'TRILUMINOS' thing in their TV's. Essentially, it's just dynamic backlighting with RGB LED's. Means that the low-freq components of image are created by backlight, then the LCD adds the higher spatial freq's by further filtering.
What does it mean in relation to cameras remains unknown. Either it's simply nothing, like reducing saturation in the output feed when connected to such a saturation-boosted TV, or it could mean some change to the sensor's colour filters which is possible considering their claims of added DR - but that's very unlikely
The increased DR may be coming from updated sensor fab process, like with that copper wiring on the Tosh chip in d5200, plus maybe 14-bit sensor readout that could also explain the reduced framerates for both stills and video.
agorabasta wrote:or it could even be an attempt of sabotage by those engineers who pumped out noisy fast bodies in the recent past.
I'm still shocked by the all plastic mount, it's a move that is frankly absurd and likely to not go down well.
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