What the imager has

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yvind Strm
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Re: So you figured out you were wrong
In reply to Laurence Matson, 9 months ago

Hey Laurence

Have you ever considered making an effort to make some useful contributions to this place?

How about trying to use your vast knowledge of the imagers (not sarcastically meant) and forgetting for a while your vast knowledge about language and people, and not trying to score lingustical points with every post and sentence?

Laurence Matson wrote:

Raist3d wrote:

Its a fine and easy request to fulfill but given it seems to me you aren't acting in good faith for a discussion with me on the new sensor, I rather pass on that. Thanks.

Raist3d wrote:

Laurence Matson wrote:

The oh-so obvious - at least to Ricardo - interpolation that has to be going on is a moot point at best. Moot on, if you want.

Why is it a moot point? It's the truth. Of course, the tradeoff is expected to be a better sensor, otherwise Sigma wouldn't bother.

At least that's progress. Here's some help:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interpolation

Specifically: "It is often required to interpolate (i.e. estimate) the value of that function for an intermediate value of the independent variable."

You are also right, I am not really discussing with you, since you like to sweep through with generalizations in the hope that you cover all bases and are always right.

There is much else wrong with your understanding of this imager, but baby steps are good enough for now.

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