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[filmscanners] Re: Digital ICE

Austin Franklin wrote:

> 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

That depends upon the unit.  Later Nikons (I believe starting with the
LS2000 and its cousins) have the sensor in motion and keep the film
stationary, more like a flatbed scanner.  I think this is another unique
design to Nikon CCD film scanners.

Also, some scanners do multipass by rescanning the full image several
times, while others rescan each line several times and then move on to
the next.


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