FlexFrame 3020

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The FlexFrame 3020 was a digital camera back with 24.6x36.9mm 6 Megapixel CCD image sensor (2000×3000 pixels). It was made in 2001 by Imacon. An electro-mechanical micro-step sensor-shift feature allowed to make multi-exposure shots with the sensor shifted in 4 different positions for 4 exposures so that the exposures could be put together as one true-24-Megapixel image. The camera module could deliver 8 bit RGB-files or 16 bit RGB-Files. It had an SCSI/Firewire interface and was adaptable to several medium format contemporary cameras. It could make 1 image in 2 seconds and needed an internal cooler.