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[filmscanners] RE: Scanning negs vs. slides




> Tony writes:
>
> > Hmm. An odd definition indeed.
> >
> > BOTH FILMS CAPTURE THE SAME INFORMATION! = col neg
> > I L M S  C A P T U R E  T H E  S A M E I = col tranny
> > E                                      T = lith
>
> No, it's more like this:
>
> BT IM APR H AEIFRAIN = color negative
> APTURE THE SAME INFO = color slide
>
> Color negative capture the entire sentence, but with less detail (missing
> letters, in this analogy) than slide film.  Slide film captures only the
> middle part of the sentence, but with complete detail.

Anthony,

But you're wrong...

Have YOU personally done any (correctly done) experiments to prove this, or
is this purely based on your own speculation of how you believe things work?

BTW, what you are calling "detail" is dynamic range.

Austin

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