Not Your Everyday Banana

by Bart Arondson

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I firmly believe you have more use of thorough knowledge about sharpening techniques than staring too blindly on the technical side of the camera. The idea behind the statement: I'd expect the down sampling to generate more blur than the anti aliasing filter ever did. The tool you have to recover the blur is just sharpening.


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I'd be surprised if you saw a difference. Remember, the image has to go through a re-sizing algorithm that would cause the slight difference between an AA image and non-AA image to disappear.


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The effect of omitting the low pass filter decreases as resolution increases. That's why we're suddenly seeing AA filterless cameras, we've reached a point where aliasing is no longer a significant problem. The difference you see will depend on what glass you're using, really sharp lenses will still produce aliasing, at least in the centre. In most cases ...



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