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Canon to use Double Sensor to Maximize Image Quality - Patent

Canon patent shows they are planning to add two sensors in once camera. And, its not a mirrorless they will keep the mirror inside the camera to reflect some portion of light to secondary sensor. The main intention of the entire setup to maximize the image quality.

Canon Patent Double Sensor in a camera

The half mirror 103 splits the imaging light beam (subject light beam) that has passed through the imaging optical system 102 into a first light beam and a second light beam. The first image sensor 104 and the second image sensor 105 receive the first light beam and the second light beam, respectively. The first image sensor 104 and the second image sensor 105 are constituted by a CCD image sensor, a CMOS image sensor, or the like. The first image sensor 104 and the second image sensor 105 have an image pickup pixel and a focus detection pixel for autofocus using a phase difference detection method. The MPU 106 includes a CPU and a memory that stores a program executed by the CPU, and functions as a control unit that controls the overall operation of the camera body 101. Further, the MPU 106 controls the driving of the photographing lens 102b via the lens driving motor 108.

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