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"Image sensors have gotten physically larger; Kodak has produced a 50-million-pixel CCD which is 49.1mm × 36.85mm (1.93" x 1.45"). This CCD array approaches the size of a frame of 120 film (60mm × 45mm) and is over triple the size of a 35 mm frame (36 mm x 24 mm)"
49.1 x 36.85mm is not over triple the size of a 35mm frame (36 x 24mm). It is almost precisely double a 35mm frame. (48 x 36 would be exactly double, 49.1 x36.85 isn't much bigger.) Correcting promptly. -Etafly (talk) 22:22, 19 April 2009 (UTC)