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[filmscanners] RE: 3 year wait



> Btw,
> surprising how good even a 8-10MB TIFF can look, even though far
> from optimum.
>
> Mac

Hi Mac,

Oh, I agree completely with that!  I have a digital camera that has true 9M
pixels (NOT interpolated, it's a scanning camera, Leaf Lumina), and the
images from that are simply stunning, as long as you don't blow them up too
much.

One point I made in another post, and I'll reiterate here in a different
light, resolution for spot recording is ~2x what resolution is for spot
sensing.  In other words, you reliably can put down N spots per inch when
recording, but you need 2x that to reliably sense the same "resolution".

Regards,

Austin

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