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Crosfield Electronics was a British electronics imaging company founded by John Crosfield (1915 - 2012) and Dennis Bent in 1947 to produce process imaging devices for the print industry. The firm was notable for its innovation in colour drum scanning in its Scanatron (1959) and later Magnascan (1969) products.
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- Hunt, R W G (2004). The Reproduction of Colour (6th ed.). Wiley. p. 526. ISBN 0470024259.
Crosfield drum scanner.
- "John Crosfield, pioneer of scanning technolog, dies at 96". Print Business. 1 April 2012. Retrieved 11 September 2018.
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