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

Bob Frost writes ...

> Surely this is simply because sRGB IS the standard to which manufacturers
> are working for files that do not have embedded color spaces or which are
> not going to be color managed in PS etc, i.e. the vast majority.

  For sure ... but I hadn't heard anything about ^any^ Dcam purposefully
squashing it own sensor's gamut just for "looking good on the monitor".
However, I suppose they did exactly that (for their consumer Dcams).  It is
some consolation to realize (thanx Paul) other Dcams can deliver RGB to a
larger gamut.  (Paul, which PS working space is your Minolta's gamut
compareable to?)

cheerios ... shAf  :o)
Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland
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