[scribus] OT: Interesting Camera/Mega-Pixel Article

michael crane mick.crane at gmail.com
Wed Mar 11 21:09:37 CET 2009

2009/3/11 Jeffrey Silverman <jeffrey.d.silverman at gmail.com>:

> diff is. and yes, you are way wrong: optical zoom is when the lens
> diffraction rate is 0.5 times the distance to the optical
> interference, resulting in noticeable noise, and digital zoom is when
> the lens is circumvented through reverse interpolation of the optical
> megapixels. Someone may be interested in expanding on some of the
> minor details, but that is a good overview.

I agree it is a shame that the aperture was repressed in victorian
times think how many people would have known about depth of field.


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