This is a wonderful teardown article, thank you, but there’s one important thing which you got wrong. It’s a mistake made by lots of people, including myself until recently. The sensor does <not> adjust on five axes. It’s adjusts <for> five axes. It moves in <three> ways only: up-down, left-right and rotate (as you can see by looking at the X-ray). But by doing only those three things, it can offset five kinds of camera movement, with varying degrees of success: yaw left to right, pitch up to down, roll clockwise or counter clockwise, Rise/fall up-down and shift left-right. Pitch aims the camera up or down but rise-fall moves the camera up or down while keeping it aimed at the same distant point, and so on. If the sensor were to tilt or swing, the image would go horribly out of focus. This idea that the sensor moves in 5 axes flows from a natural misinterpretation of the Sony 5-axis diagram. Think about it!
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