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Nikon D4s: Bayer processing breakthru?

Started Jun 4, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Re: Nikon D4s: Bayer processing breakthru?
In reply to docmaas, Jun 5, 2014

"Diffraction reducing technology" is something Fuji have too.  I imagine it's a de-convolution routine to reverse the point spread. You can do this with any image if you have the right software and some information about the blur function.

Select de-noising has been that well appreciated by reviewers so far - it seems to create artefacts.

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