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  • #2584
    chupathingie
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    Part one of 5. Dealing with signal/noise ratio. Lots of reading, but good info.

    #45139
    Farktographer
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    Found my new night-time reading 😀

    #45140
    lokisbong
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    That’s not that much reading. very interesting though.

    #45141
    chupathingie
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    That’s not that much reading. very interesting though.

    It’s funny. I won’t think twice about picking up a novel that’s 1000 pages, but if the scroll bar on the right of a browser is shorter than 1/2″ it becomes “a long read”. 😆

    #45142
    lokisbong
    Participant

    I guess my love of reading and learning new stuff has over powered my short attention span issues. 8)

    #45143
    chupathingie
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    Just realized that part one doesn’t directly link to the other parts.
    Here’s the rest. Part four is labeled “Image Sampling”, the rest have the parts labeled; interspersed with other articles by the same author.

    #45144
    lokisbong
    Participant

    Excellent.

    #45145
    Plamadude30k
    Participant

    While some of the terminology isn’t exactly what I’d use, this IS a pretty good guide to SNR for photographers. I’m actually putting together a guide like this myself for the G+ astrophotography101 course.

    #45146
    chupathingie
    Participant

    Plama, if you really want to dig into some research, the imaging forums at that site are chock-full of information with everything from webcams to CMOS to CCD along with all manner of processing software. WARNING: mention your place of employment and you’re gonna have a lot of new friends…

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