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Current digital imaging devices often enable the user to capture still frames at a high spatial resolution, or a short video clip at a lower spatial resolution. With bandwidth limitations inherent to any sensor, there is clearly a tradeoff between spatial and temporal sampling rates, which can be studied, and which present-day sensors do not exploit. The fixed sampling rate that is normally used does not capture the scene according to its temporal and spatial content and artifacts such asdoi:10.1117/12.587417 dblp:conf/dphoto/ZimetSM05 fatcat:u3f44eigcbga3gztc4rblnj4za