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Re: filmscanners: Magnification of light

no, not really..what they are talking about is that CCD sensors are linear, they
record what little light is in the shadows (which you can manipulate later in
Photoshop) while film requires a minimum amount of light just to start
recording. The response of film to light is not linear.

Just using a CCD sensor (scanner) on a negative will not bring up what is not on
the film.

Marvin Demuth <mdemuth@polobeam.net>  wrote:

>Question:  Does the same principle of "opening up the shadow details" work 
>with scanned negatives?  

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