What the imager has

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Drplusplus
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Re: What the imager has
In reply to mike earussi, 10 months ago

mike earussi wrote:

The problem is this: because only the blue layer can differentiate color variations for each set of 4 pixels, if you have the blue component the same but the other color channels different then instead of four different tones you're only going to see one that was the average of the four, so you're inevitably going to lose some subtle color variations that the present Merrill sensor can see.

I created this chart as an example of what I mean:

four unique colors get averaged into one if the blue channel is the same

Trying to understand your chart...why does B=R=G=100 give two different colors (dark gray and green)?

Did you perhaps mean to have G=200 on the green block and G=100 on the red block?

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