The G4050, which is intended for home users who are primarily interested in scanning photos, is one of two six-color HP scanner. The other is the HP Scanjet G4010 Photo Scanner. Both are essentially identical when it comes to fingerprint scanning, according to HP: They both have an optical resolution of 4800 pixels per inch (ppi), but G4050 adds hardware-based dust and scratch elimination of for the film. And although both contain transparency adapter in the scanner lid them, G4050 is larger, with room to scan 16 slides at a time, for example, compared to just five for the G4010. Both offer six-color scanning to print, but only G4050 offers six colors to scan the film.
The key to six-color scanning second light source. Most scanner lamp shines with three different, stronger peaks in the frequency-scanning three colors for each in a different part of the visible spectrum. Color under the condition that looks different from what they would be if the light source has a smooth continuous spectrum as the sun. So, at the risk of oversimplifying a bit, calibrated scanner for converting color sensor look into the red, green, and blue values they would see if the light source has a smooth spectrum.
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