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  1. Not sure if this question is accurate, but I hear cameras have twice the number of green sensors as red and blue (because that’s how our eyes perceive light?), why don’t we see the green splotch as twice as big or intensity as the others? Lmk if I have some facts wrong about cameras

  2. I think that’d be the spectrum of the sun itself, which may have spectral peaks (brighter parts of the rainbow) that differ from other sources of white light. So it’s like looking at each of the colors that make up sunshine, one at a time.

  3. I realized I have strong opinions about which light wavelengths are superior to others. The human brain is weird.

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