> It does show more detail, but I think to show the 6.75mhz circle as it
> really is, you'd really need to use a pro 35mm camera because I just
> don't think any digital camera is good enough to do this job.
> If there was rock solid detail in the 6.75mhz circle, then a digital
> camera would show it, but there not rock solid detail, but it's not
> mush either so only a very good 35mm camera would probably show it as
> it actually is.
> This new camera is a lot better than the old HP Photosmart 120 though
> as these pics show.
> It shows a lot better detail than the old camera.
> If you look really really carefull, you can see that the 6.75mhz
> circle is not total total mush and you can very very faintly makeout
> some detail.
> Most of these pics are over 1 meg in size and you'd probably have to
> copy and paste the url because the website uses anti-hotlinking
> BTW, this is what it looks like when a monitor/tv and the dvd player
> source both pass the 6.75mhz test with flying colors(see the first pic
> at the link)