The digital camera you took pictures with? Nobody mentions that.
This is incorrect, and quite simple to prove by presenting a contradiction. I edited the answer, adding a reference where the make and model is clearly identified. The paper in question is open access and can be easily accessed for verification.
- The digital camera you took pictures with? Generally not mentioned, unless some sort of image/color processing is involved.
Digital images of NAA-DBRs were acquired by a mobile phone Sony XperiaTM Z3 Compact equipped with a camera of 20.7 MP (5248 × 3936 pixels) and autofocus function.
Chen, Yuting, et al. "Rational design of photonic dust from nanoporous anodic alumina films: a versatile photonic nanotool for visual sensing." Scientific reports 5 (2015).
my opinion was changed in the post and that you should have commented instead.
I'm puzzled. I find it difficult to understand how this is opinion based. How exactly should the edit button be used? And when stuck between defending (objective) truth and respecting people's opinions, where should we draw the line?
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Provide some documentation if you can, and format your answer for easy reading.