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Old June 28th, 2011, 04:25 PM
jake klein jake klein is offline
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Originally Posted by Michael Nagel View Post
I beg to differ - plenoptic cameras can be very useful for macro.
One shot and you can use the information for focus stacking.
This is very interesting for moving insects and why not using this for video (apart from the time needed to calculate each stacked frame afterwards)?

The resolution is lower compared to the native resolution of the sensor. Using a higher native resolution helps to mitigate this (at a higher price though...).

Best regards,
Was this for me?

Again, it would still take the fun away....

I feel the work some, and I would put into focus stacking, manual focusing at wide open apertures, and fast moving objects is why photography intrigues me.
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