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"Paul D. DeRocco" wrote: > Even with Kodachrome 25, a tripod, and a fixed focal length lens, I don't > believe there's ever 8000dpi worth of actual picture information on a piece > of film. > Paul, Then you would be wrong. There is well over 40,000 dpi in a piece of 35 mm film. This has been discussed ad nauseum on several other lists and that has been the conclusion, every time. I don't wish to repeat it here. Harvey Ferdschneider partner, SKID Photography, NYC > > From: Phil.Lippincott > > > > If when using the 8000 dpi drum scan of a 35mm I can get a > > flawless perfect > > 90 Mp scan how can you say that a 16Mp camera compares. Film is > > is still King > > and the drum scanner simply lets the best of the film meet the best of the > > digital. > - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.