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Re: Color in 'digital cinema' projection





Hans Lehmann wrote:

> My guess is that digital projectors would have a selectable input
> matrix to make them emulate a chosen phosphor type.

Do you mean like the NTSC matrix switches on monitors that no one
could figure out what it was for?

> If the digital projectors have a wide enough color gammut, it won't be
> a problem to emulate whatever phosphor was used as a reference
> for the telecine transfer.

A big "if".  Film has far better color reproduction than a tri color
system.

There go those nice greens and cyans.


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