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2019/09/28

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BAndiT1983|away
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Bertl
off to bed now ... have a good one everyone!
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Bertl
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se6ast1an_
good progress today with CAD modeling, my list of still open todos is almost empty
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Bertl_zZ
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17:32
Bertl
morning folks!
17:32
Bertl
great!
18:44
se6ast1an_
good morning
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RexOrCine|away
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19:39
RexOrCine
"Adventures in Spectrometry" - by Roger Cicala:
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RexOrCine
https://www.lensrentals.com/blog/2018/03/a-geek-of-many-colors-adventures-in-spectrometry/
19:39
RexOrCine
"Looking at Cine Lens Color Shifts Using Spectrometry" - by Roger Cicala:
19:39
RexOrCine
https://wordpress.lensrentals.com/blog/2018/04/looking-at-cine-lens-color-shifts-using-spectrometry/
19:39
RexOrCine
"The absolute sensitivity of digital colour cameras" (PDF):
19:39
RexOrCine
https://www.osapublishing.org/oe/abstract.cfm?uri=oe-17-22-20211
19:40
RexOrCine
Spectron - an open source project for measuring and obtaining digital devices spectral sensitivity curves
19:40
RexOrCine
 Initially this was conceived with the goal of constructing an automated device with an aid to accurately measure spectral sensitivity curves for digital camera sensors. The project has a broader use though and can be used to measure spectral sensitivity curves of various light sensitive sensors (not just camera sensors) - for example spectral sensitivity curves of photodiodes.
19:40
RexOrCine
https://github.com/Alexey-Danilchenko/Spectron
19:48
Bertl
cool
19:48
RexOrCine
By far the biggest cause of color shifts is coatings. A modern lens has, say, 16 elements in 10 groups => 20 air to glass interfaces. 4% reflection each gives you 0.96^20 = 44% transmission. The coatings are responsible for bringing that up to a uniform ~90%. If they don't do it in a way that is spectrally uniform, you get color shifts.
19:49
RexOrCine
- Brandon Dube.
19:49
RexOrCine
... who's hard to find. I gave up.
19:49
RexOrCine
(well because there are a lot of them out there)
19:50
Bertl
ah, the C12880MA sensor is even available ... for abpit 400 bucks
19:50
Bertl
*about
19:51
comradekingu
You want to put it in the camera live, or make a profile of the lens?
19:55
Bertl
currently no plans for either
19:57
RexOrCine
Spectral Data Analysis:
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RexOrCine
https://github.com/brandondube/raynbow
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RexOrCine
http://brucelindbloom.com/SpectCalcSpreadsheets.html
20:03
RexOrCine
Found him.
20:05
comradekingu
I dug up https://hughski.com/colorhugplus.html but it doesn't seem to have materialized
20:05
comradekingu
Back to bed with me
20:22
RexOrCine
https://github.com/Olaf-Optical/BigAssTableOfLenses
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RexOrCine
se6as1an_: Well done lad. Remember I was talking about a map that opens up various pages? Not quite - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Table#Section_link_or_map_link_to_a_row_anchor
21:51
se6ast1an_
interesting, we should try this in our mediawiki sandbox
21:51
se6ast1an_
like {{Image label small|x=0.5775|y=0.863|scale=400|text=[[#Table row 37|<span style="color: #0654AD;">Albania</span>]]}}
21:51
se6ast1an_
off to bed, good night
21:52
RexOrCine
If you can find a method for using it and it's clear I'll stack it up afterwards. Playing with something else presently
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RexOrCine
nn
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