Pro RGB...really?

Started Nov 8, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: myths about printer gamut range
In reply to Scott Eaton, Nov 9, 2012

The illumination used by spectrophotometers and densitometers are very bright in order to take a low noise reading. They measure relative reflectivity and they can get a good reading with low reflectivity (D > 2.0) by using a bright light. It has nothing at all to do with printer gamuts or what light you view a print in.

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