I have used DcamProf to generate DCP profiles based on DT's test shots for the IQ360, Credo 50 and Sony A7rII. This should shed some light on the following questions:
- Would CMOS or CCD give similar colour rendition with the adequate profiles?
- Do MFD and A7 sensors have different CFA-s
It should be noted that there was "hue shift discontinuity" problem generating the IQ360 profile.
LR CC was used for these conversion but I may look into using C1 in a few days.
Here the IQ360 represents a DALSA CCD sensor while Credo 50 is a representant for the Sony CMOS based MFDB-s.
So, what I do see?
To me it seems that the IQ-360 produces some more saturated colour than the others, at least on the orange and the shaft on the brush. The Sony A7rII and the Credo seem to be very close.