"...a few centuries of coherent humanist thought, set against a million odd years of evolved killer ape tendency. No-one's going to give you very good odds on humanism, are they?"
Deckard obtains a photograph belonging to a replicant; he places the photo in the device, which allows him to zoom in and change focus almost indefinitely.
Here's a picture of Deckard zooming in on an area of interest. Note also that the device is voice-activated - a feature I'll bet you won't find on Adobe's applications. Deckard names a set of coordinates and the device zooms in.
(Blade Runner Esper photo analysis machine)
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