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    Default What Does Remapping The Sensor Means?

    hi there,

    what does it mean to re-map the sensor?

    ta for any replies.

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    Default Re: What Does Remapping The Sensor Means?

    It means, the technician will re-code it such that the dead sensor' surrounding pixels will help to fill in for the dead point.

    Imagine a honeycomb which has a fautly centre portion, the surrounding ones has to fill in for it.

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    Default Re: What Does Remapping The Sensor Means?

    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    It means, the technician will re-code it such that the dead sensor' surrounding pixels will help to fill in for the dead point.

    Imagine a honeycomb which has a fautly centre portion, the surrounding ones has to fill in for it.
    so it means you actually have a dead pixel on the sensor? using the cam's software to so called interpolate out to replace the dead pixel?

    thanks!

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    Default Re: What Does Remapping The Sensor Means?

    Basically puttig in a bogus (predetermined) out of range value on "the bad pixel" on to a "bad pixels record position" that will enable the processeor to detect it as a bad pixel and makes the image processor "fill-in" that bit based on its neighbouring pixels.

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    Default Re: What Does Remapping The Sensor Means?

    Thanks!

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