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[filmscanners] RE: Scanning negs vs. slides

> > It's a fact, there IS information
> > eliminated...no matter whether the
> > midrange is expanded or not.
> No more so than with negatives.  The number of distinct density levels is
> the same in either case; only their distribution varies.


It's not relevant whether what you say above is true or not, your original
claim was wrong, and you're playing games trying to get out of being wrong.
This is not conducive to having other people want to participate in a
discussion (argument) with you.


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