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Future Olympus Camera will Automatically Dehaze Your Images

In an recent patent surfaced over web by a patent hunting website egami, Olympus is working on in-camera haze removal algo.

Dehaze-imageUpcoming Olympus camera of future will automatically Dehaze your captured images. To remove haze form the image Olympus developed a haze removal algorithm that will run on your images to remove haze automatically.

Description, self-interpretation of the patent literature

  • Patent Publication No. 2015-154102
    • Published 2015.8.24
    • Filing date 2014.2.10
  • Olympus patents
    • And the estimated correction the shade of fog component
    • And dividing the image into small areas
    • To determine the degree of deterioration due to each small area
    • Detection of the degree of deterioration, it does from the degree of high-brightness and low saturation
    • And corrects and contrast enhancement of the tone in accordance with the degradation degree

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4 comments to Future Olympus Camera will Automatically Dehaze Your Images

  • Yogi Mik

    I hope, it will be possible to disable this function in camera settings

  • admin

    I agree, I always want to capture images without any special effects added by the camera.

  • Mick

    I was going to say the same thing! Hopefully it is a feature you can disable. Actually, ideally it is off by default, but you could select it in the preview of the photo after it is taken before it is saved and compressed on to the storage card.

  • Piet Maartens

    This is great news for us photographers in SE Asia, who have been suffering from haze from forest fires for months on end. Surely Olympus is going to sell a lot of these cameras here!

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