Do optical WB filters improve RAW color latititude?

Started Aug 26, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: Sensor filters and colour accuracy
In reply to hjulenissen, Aug 30, 2012

In a highly idealized (and unlikely) sense, including a truely colorless scene and a highly frequency-selective filter in front as well as orthogonal CFA filtering, you could use a bayer-sensor camera featuring N stops of DR natively, to capture 3xN stops by shifting the different color channels in respect to each other.

In a more practical sense, "inter-channel exposure variation" allows you to recover some luminance details in the extreme highlights and shadows, that might be impossible if the channels had been perfectly equalised.


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