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[filmscanners] RE: DSLRs, film scans and color (was: is this about as good asitgets?)

Bob writes ...

> How does one define "accurate?"  DSLRs can yield good color.
> ...

  In the context of scanning film versus DSLRs, you need to define the
acquired color additionally with respect to "gamut".  That is, you may be
getting accurate color, but are you acquiring ^all^ the colors.  You could
use the anology, sRGB versus AdobeRGB ... that is, both are capable of
delivering accurate color, but AdobeRGB is capable of more colors.

  It is said that film has a much larger gamut of accurate color than does
any DSLR ... but it begs the question, can this larger gamut be scanned, not
only "accurately", but also completely?

cheerios ... shAf  :o)
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