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Re: [opensuse] Writing coments on photos problem - yes, again! O:-)
Le 11/02/2016 13:52, Carlos E. R. a écrit :

Yes, you can correct for aberrations with software, but realistically,
only for the defects common for the entire tirade of a set of optics;
not for the defects particular to your unit. Unless there is a simple
way to create those corrections yourself for a single camera.

some cameras have this individual setup, others do this automatically

right now, data processing is not yet really gone into our optics.

But this will probably be a next step, electronics inside the lens, set up for this particular lens.

I'm not in the mind of camera designers, and sepially Sony cameras are still back because the electronic viewfinder is not yet really as good as the optical one, I'm pretty sure Canon or Nikon are able of making good electronic when it become necessary.

Right now Sony is really impressive in the compact camera market. My Sony RX100MKII, one year old have a size to result ration unbelievable...

but this will soon have drawbacks: did you notice the image you get is *not* as large as the image you have on screen? including in the inside conversion, rw to jpg lens correction eats part of the image. Specially visible for short focals

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