Apparently this stuff was figured out back in like 1980 to be 100 or 1000 times more light sensitive than the silicone used in current imaging sensors. If that is case (35 years ago). Why aren't we using it now? I mean ISO 25,600 with no noise at all would be nice. Might even be able to get ISO 2,560,000 out of it with no in camera noise reduction.
I just haven't seen much on "Dark Silicone image sensors recently. Anyone heard anything, any engineer's know about this stuff?
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