Re: Which scanners REALLY provide 36 bit output? HP?

From: Oliver Rauch (oliver.rauch@Wolfsburg.DE)
Date: Fri Dec 08 2000 - 07:50:30 PST

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    Bob Washburne wrote:

    > So, can anybody out there identify a scanner which can *REALLY* output
    > 36 bpp? If I scan an immage which is 2"x2" at 1200 dpi will I actually
    > get a file over 8.6 MB in size? And I'll be able to achieve that with
    > xSANE or even the software which came with the scanner?

    Hi Bob,

    the following umax scanner do support:
    - UMAX Astra 2200 12/36 bpp (USB+SCSI Scanner, but only in SCSI Mode supported)
    - UMAX Astra 2100S 12/36 bpp (SCSI Version supported)
    - UMAX Astra 2400S 12/36 bpp

    They can send back 8/24 bpp and 12/36 bpp (this is done in 2/6 bytes per pixel)


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