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Re: Naked sensor
« Reply #60 on: February 22, 2012, 06:06:56 AM »

Yes, that is the only sense I can make of this unique approve to the absence of low pass filtering: avoiding the need for different versions of other components that have been designed with other optical effects of those birefringent layers taken into account.

Could it be that the birefringent layers also act as anti-glare measure. i.e. it traps light coming in, but blocks light reflected off the sensor surface?
Oscar Rysdyk
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