Bill Moorhead <>
Alistair McKeough <>
Fri, 20 Nov 2009 16:36:09 +1100
If you can solve dynamic range problems with modern cameras you'd make a
truck load of money and open up a vast array of applications - assuming you
can maintain image quality.
Is Ansel Adams' zone system finally obsolete? I think he'd be smiling from
above if it is.
2009/11/20 Bill Moorhead <>
> A friend passed this segment from the TV programme New Inventors onto me.
> This, so called, Live Lens is the size of a postage stamp and apparently
> can be retrofitted to existing cameras and lenses. Issues of lightness and
> darkness in the same image appear to be improved markedly. Anyway, it'd be
> interesting to see how the invention goes.
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