Canon is flexing their latest AI image-processing technology

On the first day of the CP+ show in Japan, Canon is flexing their latest AI image-processing technology. The translated version of the presentation page can be found here:

[There are sometimes] unavoidable problems with the image quality of the photos. For example, noise that makes a photo look grainy, moiré that makes a moire pattern that should not exist, and blurring of an image caused by the principle of a lens. There were times when information was reflected. When a wide-angle lens is used, the image quality in the peripheral areas off the center of the lens tends to be blurred due to the deterioration of the optical performance of the lens.

As AI technology advances and deep learning technology is being applied in a variety of ways, Canon, as a leading company with extensive knowledge of cameras and lenses, is committed to the inevitability of the principle of photography. In order to solve this problem, he directly tackled the development of deep learning image processing technology himself.

Canon’s deep-learning image processing technology, which aims to achieve true-to-life photography, covers three areas: noise reduction, color interpolation, and aberration diffraction correction (lens blur correction).

Via Diyphotography

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