What is a legible and technically detailed reference on the technology involved in modern digital cameras, the conversion of raw files and the processing of digital images? (It is possible that a complete and complete answer requires a collection of books, since these are broad and somewhat disjointed subjects). To avoid duplicating an existing question here (see below), I want to ask specifically about the books published in the last 8 years. , approximately.
I'm not afraid if it requires a somewhat technical training. Most of the materials I have found give only high level explanations. For example, I found that Marc Levoy's videotaped course on Google was an exemplary survey, and while he did not reject the technical details, of course you can not give full explanations at the time assigned for each topic. I have gone through this course and I am looking for more details and precision.
I am interested in all aspects of digital photography, but I am currently focused on understanding how the camera sensor captures the data, how this data is stored as an unprocessed file and how the conversion software processes this raw file in a perceptive form. precise image & # 39; & # 39; My goal is to understand what my tools and their strengths and weaknesses are doing in order to create more convincing images.
An earlier version of this question was requested on this site more than 7 years ago. One of the answers suggested the tenth edition of The Manual of Photography, which seems to be essentially what I am asking for. However, it does not seem to provide much information (in relation to its size) about the digital imagination, and most importantly, it is almost 8 years old. At the current rate of technological progress, this makes it extremely outdated. Are there new books that have appeared from that question that could also be useful?