Better is subjective

The Internet is full of debates along the lines of:

  • Whether Sony colors are better than Nikon colors
  • Whether Canon colors are better than Sony colors

Sometimes, people are talking about in-camera JPEGs, and it is possible to have a moderately fruitful discussion. How fruitful it might be depends on the definition of better. If better means more accurate, careful image analysis can yield objective insights. If better means, “what I like”, a meeting of the minds is far less likely. ~ How Your Camera and Image Processor Determine Colors

Author: Khürt Williams

a human, an application security architect, avid photographer, nature lover, and formula 1 fan who drinks beer.

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