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Alex writes ...

> If I get your point correctly, you claim that monitors cannot
> display wider gamut then ordinary sRGB regardless of
> particular display qualities, which mean, there is no point to
> scan and save in Adobe 98 RGB which is wider and thus
> resulting in larger files.
> ...

  I remember Adobe's Chris Cox commenting on sRGB being represenative of
"cheap" monitors.  More appropriately, I believe the people who created sRGB
space thought it was representative of "most" monitors.
  Although print spaces shouldn't be considered to have a "larger" gamut,
some of their color capabilities (cyan-green-yellow) are considered outside
typical monitor spaces.  Therefore, most consider sRGB to have too small a
gamut for anything other than wwweb presentation.

> What about scanning for archive ? ...

  Why convert your archived scan to anything?  Leave it the way it is, and
convert it when you're ready to use it again.  Once you convert to a smaller
gamut, you can never get it back (short of hitting 'ctrl-z')

cheerios ... shAf  :o)
Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland
www.micro-investigations.com (in progress)

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