I am working on a program, called VerySharp, which is inspired by the pixel-shifting feature used by some modern cameras.
It aims to provide an algorithm that enhances photo resolution using multiple exposures. This is realized by extracting sub-pixel information from the little image shifts in a series of hand-held images, yielding a relolution gain of approximately factor two under good circumstances.
I am a Fuji X user and therefore development an testing of the program was mainly done using my X-T10. It seems like the X-Trans sensor works well with VerySharp.
Verysharp is open source and therefore completely free. Please keep in mind that I am developing this in my free time and it is still in a quite early development stage. Especially, as I am a Linux user, I am still experimenting regarding packagin VerySharp for Windows users. So far, the provided exe file seems to run well on Windows 8 and above if recent updates are installed. So have fun while giving it a try please feel free to share feedback and any bugs you encounter