"Crop-ability" of images?

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Re: "Crop-ability" of images?

Iliah Borg wrote:

Donald B wrote:

Iliah Borg wrote:

Donald B wrote:

A gain control controls the sensors sensitivity

No, it doesn't. Look at any sensor data sheet, sensor sensitivity / responsivity is given irrespective to gain.

So what controls an over saturated signal from the sensor ? to the next stage. just asking as im not familar with sensor circuits .

Don

Not sure what you are asking. What is over-saturated signal and what are the conditions causing such signal to emerge?

signal distortion , eg screaming into a microphone ,the pre amp is over saturated with  voltage, so a pot pulls it back. sunny day f 1.2 shutter 1/200 sec

Don

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