“Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation has commercialized the “IMX294CJK” Type 4/3 back-illuminated CMOS image sensor with approximately 10.71M-effective pixels for the expanding security camera market.
The “IMX294CJK” is the first in-house image sensor for security cameras to adopt the Type 4/3 format, and realizes output of the number of pixels needed for 4K at 120 frame/s (in ADC 10-bit output mode)….”
RawTherapee has just received its largest update in several years, to version 5. It is always a good idea to have copies of open source raw processing and image editing software on your production computers and keep it updated.
Makers of free open source software are not constrained by the schedules and constraints to which commercial software makers are held and can add new camera support or innovative, sometimes even odd, processing tools to their products.
I have just downloaded RawTherapee 5 and will explore its new features when I have some ever-decreasing spare moments. Ha! A quick scan of RawTherapee 5’s processing tools reveals some very interesting possibilities indeed.