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02-15-2008, 06:55 AM   #31
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QuoteOriginally posted by wiyum Quote
I don't think it was that big (48x36, a 1.1 crop)... I'm fairly certain that it was a bit more of a compromise than that... 44x33 (1.3 crop). The 31.6 KAF-31600 from Kodak, if memory serves. Though I imagine that if it is still in development, they might be looking at something from Samsung or a CMOS sensor from elsewhere, and with a higher resolution. That or they're still using the Kodak and trying to target for about $5000 SRP.

As for a "full-frame" 645D, I can't imagine it would be anything less than 36x27 (1.5/1.6 crop), and at any rate certainly in a 4:3 aspect ratio. I'd say less than that, in either dimension, would be madness.

You're right it was a 46x35 sensor: Kodak Image Sensor Solutions - KAF-31600


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