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[filmscanners] RE: 3 year wait

> > Average "decent" film has a resolution of,
> > say, around 125 lp/mm...which is 6350 somethings
> > per inch.
> Only at contrast ratios of 1000:1.  That's ten stops, and it hardly ever
> occurs in real life.

What do you mean "hardly ever occurs in real life"?  Are you claiming most
real life scenes don't have 10 stops of density range, or that film doesn't
have 10 stops of density range?  Neither is true at all.


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