What the imager has

Started Feb 11, 2014 | Discussions thread
Raist3d Forum Pro • Posts: 36,792
Re: What the imager has

Sorry u types that wrong. I meant a range of wavelengths. But you won't be able to tell apart to that level because otherwise it would e irrelevant o have other layers and the main top layer wouldby do a good job at measuring. The range of wavelengths it was designed for

Something has to give. If you get an overlap where you can do the trick you mention you will lose itsomewhere else in accuracy in other colors.

And taking noise issues/ diffraction aside its quite obvious an original x3 design would be collecting more data.  I do think the new sensor is a good trade off Though , in real world terms.

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