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[filmscanners] RE: 3 year wait

> I run film recorder, and in those terms, the "general" resolving
> power of 35mm emulsions is referred to as "4K"...

> "4K" is:
> 4096 x 2731 true pixels (apprx. 32MB TIFF file in 24bit, double
> that for 48bit) which
> 4000ppi at 36x24mm significantly exceeds.


What you have described above is obviously 2700 PPI. 4k PPI for something
the size of a 35mm film gives you ~4k x ~6k, or 24M PIXELS, or 72M byte
files...as you say, significantly exceeds that...

Who, on earth, came up with a claim of calling something 2700PPI, "4k", and
what film recorder is it that makes such a claim?

Cripes, can there be more misinformation in an industry?


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