That's what I suspect, or that it uses some type of averaging process of
several rows overlapped in the single row mode.
Further, I suspect the middle CCD strip is the most insulated from
anomalies (electronic, and spill over).
Rob Geraghty wrote:
> Rafe wrote:
>> Not entirely sure what this does -- the Nikon manual says
>> it uses one CCD row rather than three -- but it did
>> completely eliminate the banding. The price is that the
>> scan takes three times as long (!!!)
> Maybe the banding is caused by differences in the response
> of the three CCD rows?
> Rob Geraghty email@example.com