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[filmscanners] Re: film and scanning vs digital photography

All other arguments aside, flatness is much more important that some
realize.  Back in the eighties, I had a lengthy dialog with a well known
research lab about depth of focus  -  it ain't exactly what the American
Cinematographer's Handbook says it is.  Film bows and sags.  That's hard
to control.


gary wrote:
> One last point here. Film will probably never be as flat as a piece of
> silicon.

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