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[filmscanners] RE: 8bits vs. 16bits/channel: can the eye see the difference



Hi Alex,

> I think it is quite an assertion you are making there, Paul, that
> "the level
> of noise in a real-world image, either from film grain or CCD noise, is
> always greater than a least-significant-bit of an 8-bit value." There are
> situations when this is not the case.

I do not agree with that assertion either, but, the LSB is always going to
have an error of 1/2 LSB...but that has nothing to do with anything but the
fact that THAT is what the error is for any digital representation.

Regards,

Austin

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