[sane-devel] Mustek BearPaw 4800TA ProII

Cosmin Pop cosmin.pop at gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 09:57:14 UTC 2006


Sorry to answer so late...
I haven't done any development for BearPaw 4800 TA ProII in a long time. I am 
currently busy at my regular workplace. The bad news is I can't work on it in 
the near future. Sorry, I don't know the answer to your question, I haven't 
got that far.


On Saturday 18 December 2004 19:32, T. K. Sharpless wrote:
> Hello sane-devel,
>   Question for Picos Consulting:
>   From what you know on the BearPaw 4800TA and its chipset, do you
>   think it would be possible to build software for a totally new
>   application of the scanner's works, namely a scanning panoramic
>   camera?  I have had good luck doing that with scanners based on the
>   LM983x chip, which is publicly documented at register level; but
>   it is only USB1.1 and I want more speed.  The main things I have to
>   do differently from a document scanner are to adjust motor steps
>   per scanline and pixel readout (integration) time very finely over
>   a wide range, and to supply special tables for per-pixel gain
>   correction and for 16->8bit reduction ("gamma").
> --
> Thanks and best regards,
>  T.                          mailto:TKSharpless at comcast.net

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