X-Trans is NOT Random

Started Sep 8, 2012 | Discussions thread
Charuteiro
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Re: X-Trans is NOT Random
In reply to rattymouse, Sep 9, 2012

rattymouse wrote:

I still see a repeating unit in the X Trans diagram that you produced, but will have to look at the math to see the results.

Yeah, here's the pattern:

(1) GBG/RGR/GBG/GRG/BGB/GRG

Then shift the next row to start with the (n+1) cell or grouping, e.g. , (2) RGR; then start the next row with (3) GBG; then (4) GRG; then (5) BGB; then (6) GRG; then start over again with (1) GBG.

So, the array is 6 x 6 as follows:

(1) GBG/RGR/GBG/GRG/BGB/GRG
(2) RGR/GBG/GRG/BGB/GRG/GBG
(3) GBG/GRG/BGB/GRG/GBG/RGR
(4) GRG/BGB/GRG/GBG/RGR/GBG
(5) BGB/GRG/GBG/RGR/GBG/GRG
(6) GRG/GBG/RGR/GBG/GRG/BGB

You don't think any of Fuji's competitors will read this, do you?

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