The device you refer to is shy of 2 Mpix ... that won't fly these days, further> Instead of looking for the traditional camera
> accessories, companies like Canon, Nikon, etc,
> should consider better quality CCDs as options
> to the cheap CCD/CMOS chips they use in base
> cameras. CCDs that provide better image quality,
> more accurate colour, no hot pixels or fewer, etc.
> In light of that, here is the CCD I suggest they
it is quite small at 13.4 x 9.5 mm ... aimed at the P&S market, I suppose.
CMOS has ready advantages including low heat buildup during exposure.
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