What gave you that impression?
First of all - dynamic range from sensor with 60 db as expected not good. But i believe that footage wwas captured to RGB format with standard gamma curve, and in theory it can look waaay more better in raw with flat log sensor curve which will add few f-stops for highlights.
As example for the difference:
Second - there are strange hard edges on hi contrast borders, and in small details (some kind of oversharpening or i don't know what). Here i have few theories:
1 - it is can be caused by fast realtime gebayering during recording to RGB format (remember that example video from elphel camera with huge differense of debayering methods?). In raw footage those artifacts in theory also can be gone.
2 - it can be caused by large pixel size itself and can not be removed.
3 - it is caused by fast and dirty conversion to low bitrates of codec. (50 mb/s mpeg-2)
Also there is a tons of aliasing everywhere, but it looks a little different than aliasing from DSLR sensors
How do you know they are using that sensor?
I just got this info directly from Cmosis support. and look at the tech specs of The Modula BABY MKII camera http://www.easylooksystem.de/index.php? ... &Itemid=76
, they are exactly same as Cmosis ones except framerate which limited by their recorder hardware