Difference between revisions of "Scanning and imaging vocabulary"

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(New page: '''CCD''': the digital eye that sits inside the scanback. this device is similar to a flatbeds scanhead, however much smaller, more powerful, and more expensive. :) '''scanback''': the p...)
 
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'''CCD''': the digital eye that sits inside the scanback. this device is similar to a flatbeds scanhead, however much smaller, more powerful, and more expensive.  :)
 
'''CCD''': the digital eye that sits inside the scanback. this device is similar to a flatbeds scanhead, however much smaller, more powerful, and more expensive.  :)
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'''DPI''': stands for "dots per inch" also referred to as resolution.
  
 
'''scanback''': the piece of hardware that sits in the camera where the ccd is housed. This is the thing that does the scanning.
 
'''scanback''': the piece of hardware that sits in the camera where the ccd is housed. This is the thing that does the scanning.

Revision as of 17:13, 7 August 2008

CCD: the digital eye that sits inside the scanback. this device is similar to a flatbeds scanhead, however much smaller, more powerful, and more expensive.  :)

DPI: stands for "dots per inch" also referred to as resolution.

scanback: the piece of hardware that sits in the camera where the ccd is housed. This is the thing that does the scanning.