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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

Thank you. If it functions based on the infrared being blocked, then
there is no information at all being transmitted. Isn't that the
reason given that it does not work with black and white film, that
the silver also blocks infrared?
Winsor Crosby
Long Beach, California

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