By Expace.



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Just completed a little 3.2 after a short break 😁.

What's new:
- 2 new libs with disabled dehaize and new sharps that I recently found (no bugs, good detail)
- Made a new experimental setting - dynamic noise reduction. Description below.
I guarantee performance on redmics 7a based on sony imx486 on STOCK firmware (omni with 3gb / 32 oz I don’t know, I didn’t test it)
- I completed the maximum ISO limits as promised, I myself use 3200 on a constant basis.
- one more little thing...

Example photo:

- Screenshot_2022-01-02-12-51-32-211_ch.want.imagecompare.jpg

- IMG_20220102_124833_GC3.2A.jpg

- IMG_20220102_124900_GC3.2A.jpg

Added on 01/03/2022, 16:37:

About dynamic noise reduction!
The point is that the noise reduction parameters will automatically change depending on the lighting. I divided it into 4 ranges (everything is written in the camera). I have noticed more than once that certain parameters are well suited for the day, but if you leave them at night, you will get either a blurry photo, or vice versa.
But this feature does not work perfectly. I'll explain. The camera automatically changes the value after the first photo. For example: before that there was perfect lighting (ISO 100-150). As soon as the lighting conditions change dramatically (400+ ISO), the noise reduction parameters will come into effect after 1 photo, the next photos (if the lighting condition does not change, for example, in the evening) will be under the parameter of a specific lighting condition. We make all settings for ourselves. Since the modules, phones, tastes in the photo are different. Or you can completely turn off dynamic noise reduction (optional)

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