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[filmscanners] RE: Scanning negs vs. slides



> > Do you have any substantiation that midtones
> > are lost in negative film?
>
> The exposure vs. density curves for the films,

That does not show you what you believe it does.  There is no resolution to
those curves, and they are NOT continuous.  You don't seem to understand
that 1) noise exists, and 2) the role that noise plays in this.  Without
that understanding, you can't understand why what you are saying is
erroneous.

> and my personal
> experience in
> trying to coax more midtone detail out of negative scans.

Funny, I don't have that problem.  Also, your scanner, scene, film,
exposure, film development and operator savvy will come into play so you
can't validly draw the conclusion because you claim you have not been able
to do it.

Austin

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