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[filmscanners] Re: Digital ICE

Austin Franklin wrote:
> > I, naively perhaps, have often thought that simple things like 'sensor
> > motion blur' and 'scanner shake' might have something to do with it. When
> > looking and listening to my LS4000 scanning, I start to wonder
> > how long the
> > sensors actually stays still, and how this relates to the length
> > of time of
> > the exposure of the sensors.
> Hi Bob,
> The scanner SHOULD be designed so the sensor etc. is motionless (as in
> paused) when the exposure is taken.  This shouldn't be an issue...if the
> scanner is designed right.  Good thought though!
> It's not the sensor that moves, obviously, but the film.  Exposure can vary
> drastically, but it's in the millisecond range, like 6-60 if I remember
> right.
> Austin


I guess it depends on the scanner. My LS-40 holds the film stationary,
whereas my old HP S10 definitely moves the film during a scan.

Charlie Hoffpauir

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