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[filmscanners] RE: Digital ICE

>Digital ICE is unique (and patent protected)
> in that it "looks through" the surface defects and identifies
> the underlying information in the film.

Not sure I understand this. If the defect is, say, a speck of a
substance (talc, eg) that cannot be penetrated by anything the scanner
can throw at it, would you not get the same result as a hole in the
film, if you do not interpolate?

Clive Moss

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