MOS 8501

Thanks to Gerrit Heitsch in Germany for sending us a MOS 8501 R1, CPU of the C16. It'll be interesting to compare this to the 8500 (C64), and 8502 (C128).

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80 separate images were shot and stitched together to produce an image of 9664 x 9202 pixels. The images here are reduced in resolution, and a scale bar is provided along the bottom edge. All images were shot by Greg James in San Francisco, then transmitted to the UK where Christian Sattler corrected and stitched them together using a combination of Autopano-sift-C and custom code. A map of stitched images is shown on the right.

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