Question about Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-H1 Digital Camera
The moire pattern is most likely due to poor lens resolution and a resolution that conflicts with the close pattern of the house design. By lowering the resolution. you are making the receptors "bigger" so they dont pick up the smallest details. if you get a larger MP camera, you can use the best resolution and the pattern will look natural. It is as if you are right in the "sweet spot" for the moire pattern to manifest itself. Another way to combat this is to slightly tilt the camera as the pixels are lined up like bricks in a wall. and the horizontal patterns will not be overlayed onto the horizontal biasing of the CCD.
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
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