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[filmscanners] RE: 3 year wait

> It did take me a while but the ccd part number the ss4000+ is
> ILX718K .

Thanks!  I'll take a look at it.

> It
> is a sony ccd. I am not sure about the microtek scanner but it should have
> the same ccd. Of course firmware, calibration and application software are
> all different between them.
> You will notice that the actual pixels of the ccd itself are 5363. As i
> stated earlier we are using 5340 in the scanner itself.
> I hope this answers your question.

Well, that I have a bit of a dispute with...  It may very well use a 5363
sensor, but it probably only uses 4k of the sensor elements.  The Leafscan
35 uses a 6k sensor, but masks out the outer 1k of each side, and therefore
is in reality a 4k scanner.



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