Three-chip cameras provide enhanced color imaging

Dykaar, Douglas R.; Luckhurst, Graham
January 2000
Laser Focus World;Jan2000, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p163
Focuses on three-chip cameras which offer enhanced color images and low system-development and maintenance costs. Impact of lens choice on the performance of a camera; Goal of color imaging; Factors that influence the final image quality; Comparison between uncorrected and corrected color images.


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