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[filmscanners] RE: Scanning negs vs. slides

> > If they print more tones (or with tonal separation
> > equal to or less) than your eye can discern, then
> > why isn't that enough?
> They have to be the _same_ tones, not just more tones.  And in any case,
> they can't do that.  Printed paper is a very poor display medium,
> with many
> constraints.

Are you trying to claim that the number of tones that paper is capable of is
LESS than your eyes are capable of?

BTW, what do you believe makes paper a "very poor display medium"?  And
compared to WHAT?


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