Canon patent for improved Dual Pixel AF performance February 8, 2017 Canon Patents 3 Comments Tweet Share Plus one Canon patent to improve off-axis AF when using Dual Pixel AF. Offset microlenses and unequal pixel size improve off axis Dual Pixel AF performance. The patent’s abstract: Source dpaf Related Posts Canon Files Patent For 17-85mm F/4-5.6 Image Stabilized Lens New Canon patent spotted by Egami (translated). This time the patent is about a 17-85mm… Canon patent for hybrid optical viewfinder Canon patent for a new generation of hybrid optical viewfinder. The patent does not refer… Canon Patent For 2x Teleconverter With Diffractive Optical Element Egami (translated) spotted a patent filed by Canon for a 2x teleconverter which incorporates a diffractive… Canon patent for EF 28-560mm f/2.8-5.6L USM lens Canon filed a patent for a EF 28-560mm f/2.8-5.6 optical formula that seems to be for an… Rick shifted microlenses for mirrorless sensors. I wonder if this made it into the M5? CW Steve do not think so. we will see it, if ever, in future cams. Only a part of patents filed by Canon hit the market. Rick I do wonder, because there hasn’t been any color cast issues in the M5 versus in the 24MP sensor that was used in the m3. they did *something* different on the M5, it didn’t seem to be a direct copy of the 80D sensor.