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Old August 9, 2012, 10:56 AM   #5
aarondhgraham
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I think it has to do with depth of field,,,

The little flashes will make the iris of the eye contract,,,
That increases depth of field so the sights and target are in better focus.

The view will get a bit darker,,,
But will be in better focus.

It's not unlike the red-eye eliminator feature in modern cameras,,,
There are a series of 3-5 short flashes which cause the iris to contract.

It has the same effect as those apertures you can stick on your glasses,,,
The smaller opening increases depth of field so the sights and target are in better focus.

That's my SWAG anyways.
(Scientific Wild @$$ Guess)

Aarond

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