Cameras don’t produce great images by themselves.  Every combination of lens, sensor, and processor is unique and needs to be calibrated and tuned for best performance.

Tuning a camera is a multistep process.  You have to measure the camera’s intrinsic performance characteristics, decide what you want your final images to look like, and then determine how to configure hundreds or thousands of parameters in the image processing pipeline to deliver that performance.  Once you add the complexities of things like lens shading, auto white balance, auto exposure, and auto focus, camera tuning can seem more like a black art than real science.

Let Peripheral Vision make your camera system look its best.