This is why I had trouble getting dates when I was in college, majoring in electronics.
This is getting heavy into the imaging thing. Mostly for the science groups though.
The Optipix is good for photographers with digital imaging in mind.
Which brings up one thing. The 8/16 bit thing. I feel this is where "photographers" get the 8/16 bit thing from. The science community uses 16 bit. I don't know if their is a difference in 8/16 bit for them( for scientific purposes). For "photographers", the images are used for other purposes(portraits.ect...ect...) than to view fingerprints on a firearm, lets say.
Even the cameras are the same for "photographers" and the scientific groups. The lens and accessories are different for each group for that (portraits,scientific) purpose.
Yes...you are right...this is trespassing on the scientific field...into which I'll never venture anyway....I think I'll just carry on with the "game of hit and miss" content with the very superficial knowledge I acquired on the subject these last days...I was only being my usual curious self
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