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How can I simulate a bayer filter (or just RGB channels) using photoshop layers?

I can copy the red, green, and blue channels in an image and make them layers. What I'm after is to have a document with 3 layers... one representing the red channel, one for green, another for blue....
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What are the peak wavelengths passing through a bayer filter?

The bayer filter allows for the passage of RGB light which is then recorded via photodiodes. However, since a bayer filter is more or less a juxtaposition(cetainly not literally a juxtaposition) of ...
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is it possible to retrace back to the values of intensities that have been captured by the digital camera from the image's RGB values?

One can use matlab to know the RGB values's data for all the pixels. But the camera captures the data by measuring intensities at each photodiode. These values are such that they correspond to one out ...
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The CCTV cameras that show black and white images, do they have bayer filters attached on their CCD/CMOS image sensors?

I need a black and white camera. Since the cameras in the market, the ones available for astro-photography are quite costly, I am thinking of converting a digital camera to black and white. I see that ...
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Why is the IR filter present when there is already the Bayer filter on an image sensor?

I have been trying to remove the Bayer filter from the CCD image sensor of my camera. Now I see there's an IR filter before the lens, however I don't understand the point of it because isn't the Bayer ...
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Pixels and Subpixels usage in TIFF and RAW

The first answer to this question says that when saving images in TIFF, each pixel holds three colors' data and because of that, the file is larger... and RAW only hold monochrome data in each ...
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How is a Bayer filter manufactured?

Following on from an earlier question about bayer filters, it got me wondering: How are they actually manufactured? How do they apply such a small amount of dye to each sub pixel? My best guess ...
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Why is a Bayer filter with three colors(RGB) preferred over one with two colors and unfiltered (RBNeutral)?

The Bayer filter consists of red, green and blue filters placed before a sensor array to enable deduction of the color of light incident on the sensor. A downside of this method is that roughly 2/3 ...
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When RAW files are converted to DNG, are any irreversible demosaicing happening or not?

I know this almost touches some other questions already asked here, but it's actually aligned a bit different. This is not about DNG vs RAW, rather just about the demosaicing step in the conversion. ...
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Does this RGB-patterned reflector have benefits for digital photography?

B2Pro has announced a parabolic umbrella reflector for photographic lighting. The surface of the umbrella is printed with a hexagonal array of red, green, and blue spots: The manufacturer makes the ...
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How does the new layout used in Fujifilm X-Pro1 sensor improve image quality?

One of the allegedly big advantages of Fujifilm X-Pro1 is its new color filter array layout, which does not require anti-aliasing filter in front of it. In theory, this could mean notable improvement ...
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How do digital sensors that capture one color at each photosite compare to sensors that capture many colors?

There are different type of digital camera sensors, those sensors that can capture only one color at each photosite and those who can capture more than one color at each photosite. Which one is ...