Hi, I am wondering if anyone reading these messages can tell me your experience with a situation I encounter often.
I do fine-art landscape work and I just upgraded my back from a Kodak Proback to a 39 mpixel Imacon back for my H system.
One reason was the terrible blue color fringing around bare branch detail, presumable due to the de-mosaicing process used, that I often encountered with the Proback.
I'm now using the Imacon back, and while the frequency of this problem happening is MUCH less, and the appearance less obvious, still the sensor seems unable to descriminate between very fine structures (branches) and the surrounding color (sky). Please see the two examples posted.
Is this just a fact of life with bayer pattern sensors, or is the Phase One or Leaf backs not prone to this?
Thanks for any feedback about your experience.