In praise of AA filters

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hjulenissen
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Re: Pro AA filter users forget Sigma's Foveon sensor
In reply to Basalite, 9 months ago

Basalite wrote:

hjulenissen wrote:

Basalite wrote:

it needs to be emphasized that the Foveon sensors in Sigma's cameras do not need nor do they have such a filter

It needs to be emphasised that aliasing occurs for any sampling that is fed signal energy beyond the Nyquist frequency (after pre-filtering). This is true for Foveon-type as well as achromatic sensors.

Computer games are not rendered through a Bayer CFA. Still, anti-aliasing techniques are quite popular.

As is true with many people in this forum that seem to be more concerned with displaying their technical knowledge, you're missing the forest for the trees.

As is true with many posts on this forum, your post seems to use personal insults when faced with facts that you dislike or cannot comprehend.

Foveon sensors simply do not have the image degrading qualities that Bayer sensors have, and that is the motivation for installing a *blur* filter.

Any sampler have the potential of aliasing. The Foveon sensor does lack the CFA, and aliasing from Foveon sensors seems to bother people a lot less than aliasing from a Bayer sensor.

-h

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