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[filmscanners] Was: 3 year wait Now: film recorders

I think the way OPs gave his decription is the confusion here.  I
believe he is trying to state that three different intensities are feed
to each position for each color filter (R,G and B usually) to crete the
color at that point.  An example might be a certain dot is addressed as
Red filter intensity 176, Green filter intensity 12, Blue filter
intensity 247, therefore three differnt intensity levels for each dot,
depending upon the amount of the three filter (light) colors.


Mike Kersenbrock wrote:

> Op's wrote:
>>The image is rasterized into its components - this rasterization can be 4K 
>(or smaller)
>>(4032x2689)  to  8K ( 8192x5461)  ppi  that's Polaroids figures. and these 
>pixels are then
>>broken down into 3 intensities of brightness for 3 filter values to make a 
>colour (8 or 12
> You're describing 9 states (3 colors 3 states per color) which is
> a total of being a hair over 3-bits of color.  This seems odd seeing as
> how Polaroid claims 36 bit color (12-bits per color, or in other
> words, 4,098 brightness levels for each of the three colors).
> Mike K.
> P.S. - I also know from looking at the output that it has a great
>        deal more brigtnesses per color than 3.  It'll do a nice
>        white to dark-color color-"ramp" that's quite smooth.

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