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Re: [OM] Topaz Gigapixel AI vs. Olympus Handheld/tripod High Res

Subject: Re: [OM] Topaz Gigapixel AI vs. Olympus Handheld/tripod High Res
From: Wayne Shumaker <om3ti@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2020 05:51:39 -0700
At 9/27/2020 10:15 PM, Moose wrote:

>On 9/27/2020 7:01 PM, MICHAEL GORDON via olympus wrote:
>>Have seen various incarnations of this.  GP more convenient now as can invoke 
>>in PS from automate menu since ver 5.10.  GP does sharpen some even if turned 
>>down it seems.  There should be an easier way to replace moving objects with 
>>data from one image.
>
>>If youâ??re short megapickels, create them, Mike
>
>>https://youtu.be/ogQXLIHFmTA
>
>That was interesting, at least after he got to the meat of it. These guys sure 
>do jabber on, once in front of the camera. Makes me feel I was right about the 
>GX9s and E-M1 II. The vast majority of the time I might have thought about 
>using the Hand-held HR mode, something would be moving. The only thing I've 
>really used HR for is hefty tripod mounted lens tests, anyway.
>
>I really dislike video reviews. He says corners are better with GP, but I 
>can't really see that in the video. Give me 100% crop sample images!
>
>As to "replace moving objects with data from one image", that sounds really 
>tricky, When I start thinking how it  might be done.
>
>He seems to say that the HH HR mode relies on micro movements of the camera. 
>That would free up sensor movement for IBIS, which would then eliminate the 
>needed movements? HUH? IBIS adjusted for the micro movements for HR?
>
>Partially Informed Moose

I didn't make it past the jabber. And after Moose's comment about micro 
movements of the camera vs IBIS fueled my loss of interest.

When do you need more pickles?

I already have too much resolution. Most images I find just need to a little 
adjustment with AI Sharpen. Sharp pixels are better than more pixels. Most 
people are more sensitive to sharpness anyway.

WayneS


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