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Pixel Vignetting

Pixels in the center of the sensor receive light rays head on at 90 degrees, while pixels in the corner receive them at a slight angle. This part is not true... all areas of the objective element ...
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Fake image so confuesd real or not

I do not know who is your "friend". But here we go. Let's play CSI, it will be fun. I am numbering the Ladies from left to right. 1, 2, 3. The Green line is projecting a shadow from the ...
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Resolution on smaller vs larger sensors

The resolving power of a sensor is (roughly) its pixel/sensel density. Conveniently, for the same pixels count and aspect ratio, when you decrease the sensor size, you mathematically increase the ...
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Fake image so confuesd real or not

It looks real. The background is small compared to the heads of the ladies because of perspective distance. The camera has a fairly wide angle view, so that objects near the camera appear much larger ...
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Resolution on smaller vs larger sensors

Resolution as discussed in the article is MTF; which is measured as line pairs per millimeter. So, the smaller sensor with greater pixel density (same MP) has a higher resolution potential. Whether ...
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Can someone explain what pixel field of view means?

Perhaps it's a language translation issue, or perhaps you're just overthinking it. "Pixel field of view" isn't a common metric or phrase, but it just describes either: the distance ...
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