The photo sensor of the Pro9000 has a (maximal) resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels.
800 x 600 is just the half, more exactly if we look on the area, 1/4. So no mathematical interpolation must be made. It's an integer ratio. And that's good for DAVID.
Yes, a higher resolution will capture more details. But often 800 x 600 is sufficient. Also the frame rate is much higher. And if you have a complex object for which you need a high number of single scans it could happen that the RAM of your pc will overflow if you scan with a very high resolution.
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