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[filmscanners] Re: Filmscanners - is this about as goodasitgets?


As I said at the end of my last post, Nikon Capture allows you to alter the
'exposure' of the Nikon raw file by +/- 2 stops, so presumably the 'normal
exposure' tiff or jpeg has had 2 stops chopped off each end.

As for your last point, you just need a different sort of projector - to
project your files via a laptop. Presumably they will eventually take CF
cards or microdrives as some printers now do, bypassing the computer (or
perhaps I should say including it in the projector).  Not sure how good they
are yet, and rather pricy. Conversion to slides via a film recorder is also
pricy, not very good from what I hear, and backwards looking.

Bob Frost.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Julian Robinson" <jrobinso@pcug.org.au>

Can someone enlighten me?  And what are the figures for modern cameras
for  what I will call here dynamic range?  And what range do they expand to
for presentation in the "final, non-raw" image?  Does the user have any
control over this?

Finally one thought - not much in the way of slides from a digital camera.

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