Amateur Photographer [UK] (27 September 2014)

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In a studio where a sensor may be on for long periods of time, heat in the sensor can build up and create noise. For some studio camera backs and scientific cameras that are used for long exposures, the sensors are cooled to reduce the noise. Some studio cameras have fans and heat pumps built into the equipment to cool the sensors, and the sensors of many scientific cameras can be refrigerated, often with liquid nitrogen. © by Sol Hill. Courtesy of the artist. 33 noisE 3 Lenses East Beach © by Russ McConnell.

Digital sensors collect color information by filtering each photo site with one of the three primary colors of light: red, green, and blue. There is a filter directly above each light-sensitive photo site. Later in this chapter we will discuss how sensors capture color. Most sensors, but by no means all of them, have microlenses above the color filter array. The purpose of these microlenses is to concentrate the light through the color filter array and down to the photo site. The microlenses are positioned directly above each of the filters, and they gather light from corresponding areas above the non-light-sensitive areas on the sensor surface.

For very long exposures that are prone to noise, the short-interval method is a time saver. If the signal-to-noise ratio is low, meaning that the level of captured energy is not significantly greater than the noise level, the image loses quality because it will show the presence of noise. In a studio where a sensor may be on for long periods of time, heat in the sensor can build up and create noise. For some studio camera backs and scientific cameras that are used for long exposures, the sensors are cooled to reduce the noise.

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