I’ve read about cameras such as Pentax that have a Pixel Shift aka sensor shift feature (IBIS) which allows the sensor to be shifted by 1 pixel in all directions to capture 4 or 6 images and combine those into a super resolution image.
[this article](https://diglloyd.com/blog/2016/20160221_1110-PentaxK1-SuperRes-PentaxFlowers.html) for example)
The added benefit of this feature is that it allows the Bayer matrix interpolation to be bypassed which results in superior image quality and color accuracy.
As long as the camera and the scene remain static, the improvement in image details and color are supposedly very noticeable.
It sounds like something that should be very helpful when digitizing negatives?
I tried searching for similar topics here but couldn’t find anything. Has anyone tried this?