RE: [Histonet] flat bed scanners
> This is a completely new one to me, and I'm sure we would all
> like to here a fuller story.
> (See what you've done now - let yourself in for it :-) )
>> For 3D objects CCD scanners are much better than the cheaper CMOS
>> scanners, for depth of field reasons. There are a number out there,
>< but you have to look at the specs. I use UMAX Powerlook IIIs.
>> Bill Blank
>> http://kernunnos.com (Celtic studies and numismatics)
>> http://www.druidry/org http://www.druidry.org/board
Dear Terry, dear Bill,
one of the answers is already given on the homepage of Bill: the differences
between the three scanners (UMAX) are striking and really very interesting,
not only for numismatics but also forsimple minded pathologists. I remember
a similar article about depth of fields in a German journal for computers
(c't) a couple of years ago.
Maybe this article
rg.uk/mag/artapr01/dwscanner.html is also interesting to you too.
Alexander Nader MD
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