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[filmscanners] Re: over resolving scans


  • To: lexa@lexa.ru
  • Subject: [filmscanners] Re: over resolving scans
  • From: "Arthur Entlich" <artistic-1@shaw.ca>
  • Date: Tue, 08 Oct 2002 23:06:49 -0700
  • References: <LOBBIJPHPCACHEKABJFBOEONCJAA.gh50@btinternet.com>
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And another BZZZZT!

Mr. Entlich still wrote no such thing.  Please be careful with the
attributions.

Thank you.

Art


Here's the original message, in case you want to see who the real author
was--- your argument is with him ....


G. R Harrison wrote:

> Mr Entlich said:
>
> BZZZZZT.  B&W films have very LOW density ranges in the overall spectrum of
> density ranges of films.  You're lucky if you find a density range of near 2
> from B&W print film.
> ===============================
> This simply is not true: an examination of film characteristics in Adams'
> "The Negative" for example, will show half-a-dozen examples to the contrary.
> See especially Kodak Plus-X Professional treated with selenium toner.  From
> the first usable density of 0.3 above Fb+F (Film base + Fog) to 2.7 the
> curve is practically linear.
>
>
> George Harrison
>
>
>


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