Talk:Better Light

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Color accuracy[edit]

The claims of color accuracy are only valid for stationary subjects. The sensor uses 3 individually filtered sensor bars for RGB. These are offset, so the capture of each component of color information for a given line takes place at a different time. The sensor does not use spatial interpolation, but it does use temporal interpolation. This can often lead to extreme chromatic aberration - eg. the car at the bottom of this image (1/4 of the way from the left-hand side) . The effect can also frequently be seen in fluttering leaves. Enon (talk) 18:46, 13 March 2011 (UTC)