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Image perturbation caused by electronic transformation and processing.

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size of the chemical. What this will mean is that the resolution will be better with a lower ISO film. Also, because a film grain is all or nothing, this will lead to some spottiness, or noise. The … really speak to it, but I imagine it's using somewhat similar principals. First of all, Matt did an excellent job explaining the different sources of noise. What happens in a camera actually comes …
answered Jan 9 '11 by PearsonArtPhoto
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The cheapest sensor types by far are CCD and CMOS. They work by taking advantage of the bandgap phenomena of silicon. A sensor is optimized if it's tuned for a wavelength more powerful than the bandga …
answered Apr 23 '11 by PearsonArtPhoto