A plenoptic camera has not just one sensor but *many* sensors. It's like taking a picture with 100's or more cameras at the exact same time. What's the point? Well, the point…
Added by Alan Pinstein on May 29, 2011 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Found this news article:
Adobe Systems has lowered a barrier to using its Digital Negative (DNG) format, releasing an early version of software that makes it possible to see image thumbnails in 64-bit Windows.
DNG is an attempt to simplify the profusion of raw image formats that higher-end cameras can…Continue
Are you looking to improve your understanding of lens focal length, shutter speed, aperture, and ISO and how they interact with exposure, focus control, and other results? Someone has built an incredibly cool online SLR camera simulator that lets you experiment with these settings in a variety of lighting and setup conditions.Continue