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- noun A single
sensorelement of an arrayof sensors, such as in a charge-coupled device.
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Perhaps not “hype” coo sensel, but cool in a long term sense —
But if she suspected that the sensel of her class would now accord her the honor of performing against him, she was mistaken.
Fujifilm's system provides a seemingly simple solution - masking-off half of a sensel means it only receives light from one side of the lens.
This might be one byte per sensel that the processor interpolates into pixels.
This might be sensel data with two bytes per sensel that the processor interpolates into pixels.
If you need the DOF afforded by very small apertures, are you always better off with a D3 than a D3x -- or is the effective resolution limited more generally, by the laws of optical physics, rather than by sensel pitch?