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[filmscanners] Re: Re:Digital PIC

I'd also like to know the answer to David's last question.  I believe this
might be the same process I remember learning about on NPR, maybe about a
year ago (Science Friday??)  Back then they stated that the film was pretty
much destroyed once it went through this process.  At least as far as
traditional printing methods are concerned.  Can we still wet-print from a
roll that's been processed via the PIC process?

James Hill
Freelance Photographer
Mebane, NC

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Lewiston" <dlewistn@maui.net>

Hello Jack

Just took a look at the PIC press release. Fascinating.

A few details not mentioned in it:

What are the resolutions of the three versions saved to the CDR?
How many bits is the scan?
Can the customer use the developed film after processing?

Salutations, David Lewiston

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