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Apple files dual image sensor patent

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Latest Apple patent filing describes how a dual-sensor camera would be miles ahead of a single-sensor system.
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In processing the raw image, the system would detect other flaws beyond missing pixels and attempt to correct those by comparing them with "imaging statistics" stored in memory. As such, the system could automatically apply the right color balance, exposure, and other values.

Although dual-sensor cameras are nothing new, Apple is targeting its usage for flagship products iPhone, iPad and Mac.
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