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FLEXO Magazine : October 2011
Consumer cameras are getting better, but their photos cannot compare to the quality produced from a view camera, large digital back and high-resolution lens. These high-end set-ups can produce 500-megabyte files in 16-bit pixel mode, resulting in very fine detail. While the resolution of consumer cameras constantly improves, optics remain inadequate at this time without separate investment. A high-resolution lens can cost 10 times the price of an entire consumer camera because optics of this caliber contain superior glass and more lenses or element groups. Resolution alone is not the only component for good photos. Optics must also be considered. Bigger File Size and Better OpticS solution: 66 FlEXo october 2011 www.flexography.org