Rencay Technology Compared to a Digital Camera
The Starting Point
Conventional digital camera systems ( e.g. DSLR or medium format ) typically use one-shot capture methods with Bayer-matrix sensors. This system filters each pixel with only one color, therefore, a Bayer raw image must be “developed” or interpolated with complex algorithms to provide all three colors to each pixel. 50% green-sensitive pixels and 25% red or blue sensitive pixels must be used to reconstruct all structures with the corresponding color. The results depend on factors such as orientation, contrast or fineness of the image content.
With close observation, it is obvious that both methods deliver very different results.
A simple quality comparison is shown using a customized test chart. You´ll find this chart in our download area.
Rencay Technology: Multi- Scan- Method
The Key to Resolution
|8k³||8000 x 13000 Pixel RGB correspond to 312 Mpixels|
|16k³||16000 x 26000 Pixel RGB correspond to 1248 Mpixels|
|24k³||24000 x 39000 Pixel RGB correspond to 2808 Mpixels|
When it is important to maintain the subtle variations of color, tone gradations, and the finest detailed brush strokes or paper texture, the Rencay technology will excel where other digital cameras may merge tones and colors or have an objectionable level of pixelated detail. The Rencay technology is the preferred capture system wherever large format materials are digitized in high-resolution or special attention must be given to the finest details of the original.
This Video Explains the Rencay Technology
The exceptional panorama photo of Munich by Benjamin von Kreutzbruck has 1300 megapixels.