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[filmscanners] RE: Scene brightness and CCDs

> > What kind of luminance range have we the right to
> > expect from the better digicams?
> Poor ... but not because of any limitation of CCDs.
> CCDs, under the best conditions, can handle a dynamic range of 17 stops or
> more.  However, compressing seventeen stops into the 8-bit range of a
> typical digicam output file would result in a photograph containing
> virtually no contrast,

Hi Anthony,

How's that that "...result in a photograph containing virtually no



P.S.  I would comment more on this discussion...but simply don't have the
time, and the other discussion I'm entertained with is rather time
consuming...and more important, at least to me.

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