(OT) Laserjet III laser scanner module
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Fri Jul 2 14:26:06 CDT 2010
> > But are replaceemnt CCD sensors for most video cameras any easier to
> > find than replacement eyes?
> Uh, yes, and it's a whole lot easier to replace. Plus, nice, non-HD-
My expeirence in getting parts for camcorders suggests that CCDs and
human eyes are equally difficult to obtain and replace -- that is almost
> capable video cameras should be really inexpensive on the used market
> these days. You could get a few, and use a few of them to pull spare
> parts from. It's not like the things are rare or hard to find, if
> you're not too picky about the exact model.
If you want to replace the image sensor you pretty much do need to get
the exact same model (or at least a closely related one...)
> Plus, with the proper filter on the camera, you're unlikely to damage
> the CCD. I'd much rather risk losing an easily replacable NTSC or PAL
> video camera than my vision.
That is problably sensible. I've said many times that hte 3 parts of me
that I depend on are my vision, my hands, and my brain. Most other things
(legs, hearing, etc) I could maange without (this does not mean I am
goign to deliberately harm myself), but I use the first 3 for everything
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