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Re: filmscanners: best film scanner for b&w negs



Hi Harvey--

So according to your summary of the discussion on the ColorSync list 
they decided that the artifacts being discussed were caused by 
scanner noise in dense areas. Certainly a well-known phenomenon.  I 
on the other hand was referring to an instance where I caught myself 
erroneously attributing the effects of film grain to scanner noise. 
As far as I can tell we were talking about two different things.

--Bill




>At 1:39 PM -0400 23-10-01, SKID Photography wrote:
>
>The threads on the colorsync list...
>The consensus of most was that the grain that was showing up in the 
>dense shadows from the greater
enlargements (samples) was due to the problem of electronic noise, 
and not, in fact grain...


>Bill Fernandez wrote:
>...I couldn't understand why
>  > two targets of equal density on the same scanner could be so
>>  different; until I inspected both scans closely and realized that the
>>  25mm target was hugely grainy, especially in the dense end of the
>>  greyscale.  So what at first I thought was scanner noise turned out
>  > to be film grain.
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