Depends on the noise mechanism and how sloppily terminology is being used---I think we covered much of that a year and a half ago. If you still have comparative images from the E-M1 perhaps we could work from those (I have only a Panasonic body, which isn't a particularly relevant data source).isn't it more like choosing to use electronic shutter increases noise?
It's probably most accurate to say mu since the data gets read off the sensor using the same circuitry regardless of the shutter type used. I'm aware of two differences between the shutter types:Is it not more accurate to say that electronic shutter produces more noise?
As I understand it, the research was done mostly in the 1960s through 1980s and is collected in Janesick 2007. There's a DPR thread where Bill Claff indicates photon transfer curves from his NefUtil tool follow the methodology in Janesick. For those disinclined to purchase the book, there's a summary of transfer curves and noise mechanisms in Crisp 2009.one would think that he would do some research into how to test for noise