The facts behind the picture

Jan. 1, 1995
While we very much appreciated the picture of the Kodak Professional DCS Digital Camera on the December 1994 cover of Laser Focus World, we feel that your readers may have been misled by the superimposed wafer with monochrome image sensors manufactured by Orbit Semiconductor Inc. and the caption "New CCDs replace conventional film." Please note that Kodak does not utilize imagesensor foundry services for the CCD imagers in its megapixel cameras.

While we very much appreciated the picture of the Kodak Professional DCS Digital Camera on the December 1994 cover of Laser Focus World, we feel that your readers may have been misled by the superimposed wafer with monochrome image sensors manufactured by Orbit Semiconductor Inc. and the caption "New CCDs replace conventional film." Please note that Kodak does not utilize imagesensor foundry services for the CCD imagers in its megapixel cameras.

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