Fujifilm’s Partnership With Panasonic to Create an Organic Sensor is Looking Promising


Personal view interviewed Panasonic about m43 and L-mount. During the interview, Panasonic’s partnership with Fujifilm came up and they are making progress.

“since its initial announcement in 2016, there is a continuous cooperation between Panasonic and FujiFilm in development of the organic sensor technology. The recent results are very promising. The mass production of this kind of sensor, however, will take a little bit more time, and today I cannot say when we can use this kind of a sensor.”

“If we can increase the relative ratio of the photodiode relative to two other parts, this will make sensor more efficient and also result in the better image quality. The reason why an organic photoconductive film makes better efficiency is because this allows to maximize the light reception area and more angle of the incident light. The organic sensor has less deflection. This means that the organic sensor can get more efficiency/sensitivity. This theoretically could make the organic film sensor better.”

Organic Sensor technology is sounding promising and I hope we hear more soon.

via 43addict

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