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Yeah exactly as rirakuma mentioned. I'm sure it's something that will be fixed w/firmware.
Just an FYI I've stumbled upon a few forums that mention the camera can startup and is ready to shoot in .5 for normal shooting, and 1second for liveview shooting... I think this is absolute rubbish, but I was willing to try, so I ordered a bunch of different brand top end cards, so we'll see how startup to shoot is delayed once I get the cards in.
I finally looked through some of my old M9 files, and I came to the conclusion that at ISO 800 both cameras have the same noise, maybe the slightest win goes to the M240... But at 1600+ you can definitely see that the M240 has a really clear advantage. However, I don't do much noise processing in LR, if anyone wants to bestow upon me, a secret formula, I'd be willing to try, as I have two files take at the same place, so it'll be easy for me to test noise at iso 800 with NR software implemented.
Oh and BTW, there was some mention that CCD produces "organic randomized noise" while CMOS produces "static patterned noise" I was pixel peeping for the better half of an hour, and on several photos, I don't see this to be true (mind you, I was looking at ISO800 files from 4 cameras M240, M9, D4 and the H3DII-39 was viewed on iso 400 if I'm not wrong [but could have been 800], and if I'm not wrong it's a CCD sensor in the Hassy-39 as well correct?)
BTW, a while back I posted an image from the same mural, but to be honest, it's not a fair comparison, as the lighting, and distance to subject are completely different. The M9p was in tungsten and the M240 shot below was natural light.
M240 50/1.4 @ 800 ISO