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RE: filmscanners: Scanner resolution (was: BWP seeks scanner)

> I was thinking color images.  Gotta remember
> that Austin (more often than not) is scanning
> BW negatives.

Yes, you are right, I am talking B&W.  I really should have said that, but
we were talking about converting RGB scans to B&W, so I assumed the source
WAS a B&W negative...

> There is a difference here between the Nikon
> scanners (at least the latest generation) and
> most others -- specifically, the Nikons
> use a 3-line *monochrome* CCD sensor, and
> tri-color (RGB) LEDs

Huh?  How do they get even illumination, muchless correct wavelength light,
from LEDs as the light source?  That wouldn't be my first choice I don't
believe, for a light source, or for filtering the light!


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