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Claimed high scanned film "information" is mostly garbage

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In article <(E-Mail Removed)>, Chris Malcolm
<(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

> > We spent $20 mil on a digital system and went BACK to film as it
> > didn't have resolution or contrast of film.

> You spent $20M on a digital system and *then* discovered that film had
> so much better resolution and contrast for your purposes that you went
> back to film?
> Sounds like there must have been a very serious disconnection between
> the technical experts and the folk in charge of the money! Or possibly
> even an absence of technical experts. They're well known to be
> expensive and to have a nasty habit of raising annoying objections to
> the plans of management to give lucrative contracts to their good
> friends.

or it's a troll.
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