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As far as I understand it, there are two cases in which both cameras are used. One is for the wide-aperture ("bokeh") mode, in which a depth map is created from both pictures that have a slightly different perspective. I've read somewhere that th...
Pioneer SE-CH9T, bought in a local music store. I bought it to replace a pair of Shure SE215s that just developed a broken cable for the second time (the original Shure replacement cable that I bought lasted about 2 years, while the cable that ori...
Hi, Since the UI in most built-in apps has changed from EMUI 4.1 to 5.0, everything's different from what you might be used to from EMUI 4.1. At the top of the screen in the Themes app, there should be 4 tabs. If you select the rightmost one...
As I wrote on the other thread, the depth information is not hidden anywhere, it's just appended to the end of the file, after all valid JPEG data chunks. The JPEG image actually contains two; one is the processed image with the "bokeh" effect, th...
I did some poking around on my lunch break. I threw a wide-aperture image into JPEGsnoop and it came up with two images in the file (four if you count the thumbnails, as well), the first one being the processed, "bokeh" image, while the second is ...