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[filmscanners] RE: Nikon D100

> The problem with flatness of the CCD and CMOS sensors dictated even
> modifications in lens design.

How does lense design help solve this?  The light rays come from what ever
angle they come from, and I don't believe lense design can do anything to
help.  This issue is only pertinent with wider angle lenses.

> You might browse the web pages of
> Olympus, the E-20N specifically. I read there recently an article
> about details of their new Zuiko Lenses for the Pro cameras, which
> in my opinion utilize much better through their shape and design
> the digital orientation, as compared to Nikon's and Canon's big
> SLR remakes.

Do you have the URL?  If so, would you please post it to the list?

> The *.pdf E-20N brochure depicts a cross cut of a conventional
> 35mm lens as compared to the new lens made for the current CCD
> or CMOS sensors.

And do they show the actual light rays traced?  It must look like the magic
bullet that is claimed to have killed President Kennedy ;-)



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