I am looking for books about the physics of DSLR, including modern photography optics and sensor electronics. If I already have some books on optics and electronics, I have found fairly hard to find good resource for these fields taking photography as a basis, with examples taken from photography and chapters dedicated to lenses optics for instance.
So far what I have found is either too generic, or, if dealing with photography, lacks the physical expertise I would like to get (I mean books with equations. Everybody loves them.)
Good books for physics of photography exist, but they are quite old, the last good I have found were written by Kingslake in the 70s and definitely miss the non-optical part, and the optical stuff is a bit old-fashioned now (but very nice books BTW).
To sum up, I would like:
- Very technical references
- Dealing with physical issues specific to DSLRs and modern photography, such as diffraction limits, image stabilization, properties of coatings, noise correction - whatever you can think of actually...
EDIT: Based on the first results and a quick glimpse at the references given, I would recommend:
The Manual of Photography looks like a bible. Everything seems to be included. It could be a bit more technical, but it gives a lot of bibliography to go deeper if necessary.
Image Sensors and Signal Processing for Digital Still Cameras and CMOS/CCD Sensors and Camera Systems for sensor technology
Applied Photographic Optics: Lenses and Optical Systems for Photography, Film, Video and Digital Imaging and the somewhat easier Lens Design Fundamentals for optics
Not to forget the Cambridge in Colour website, wonderful resource.