The article is sitll updating.I’ve had a chance to look through the thread. It comprises 7 pages, with the first page being 117 MB in size!
This is due to the there being many multi-MB images. In contrast, the other pages are each 1.2 MB or less
The first page contains many images, though little comment:
- the first half is mainly images of the NL (including stock images from Swarovski), and
- more interestingly, the second half includes many comparative views through the NL 12x42 and EL 12x50 eyepieces
The eyepiece images show:
- firstly the differing fields of view, and
- then the differing resolution
See two images comparing from left to right, the fields of view of the 12x50 to the 12x42
In relation to the resolution, as there’s not any explanation, it’s difficult to know how well the recorded detail of the camera images
corresponds to the detail that would be seen by an observer’s eye, see an example
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In terms of it being ‘a very comprehensive review’ . . .
The main problem is the lack of any comment about the qualitative differences between the images of the two 12x models
The photos show perhaps a minor difference in resolution in favour of the larger objective EL
However, the thread doesn't address other critical factors, including those encountered in difficult viewing conditions e.g. chromatic aberration, ghosting or veiling glare
As a big fan of the EL 12x50, I was particularly looking forward to some detailed analysis in relation to this
So while for many it will be worth a look, one needs to temper expectations
Otherwise I think Google did a decent job...phenominal AI.
Are you sure? I think Google Translate uses deep-learning now, like deepl.com, another good translator.
No its not but I'll stop talking about it as it is off topic. This is clearly not an algorithm.This is off topic so I'll be brief. Deep learning is nothing but an algorithm, definitely not AI. In fact what some people call AI is nothing but RI=Recycled (human) Intelligence.
This is off topic so I'll be brief. Deep learning is nothing but an algorithm, definitely not AI. In fact what some people call AI is nothing but RI=Recycled (human) Intelligence.
...Deep learning, a technique with its foundation in artificial
neural networks, is emerging in recent years as a powerful
tool for machine learning, promising to reshape the future of