PEI (Photo Electronic Imaging)
Dai Nippon Printing
Phase One's image quality is superior to 4x5 film
This brochure illustrates the results of three different and independent image quality comparisons. The images from the Swedish Magazine Fotografi, the US Magazine PEI (PHOTO Electronic Imaging), and the Japanese printing company Dai Nippon Printing shows a comparison between one or more digital cameras and conventional film.
Digital Images Have No Grain
CAMERA TEST BY "FOTOGRAFI"
Quotes from the article:
"...Phase Ones scanning backs created better images than a 4x5 Ektachrome EPR 64 slide. An image captured with a 2000 x 2000 pixel multishot digital back has almost the same quality as 24x36 mm slide (35mm film). The digital images are more clean, on film the grain is visible in smooth areas."
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FILM vs. DIGITAL TEST BY "PEI"
Quotes from the PEI article:
"..the images show more clearly the grain in the film image that is not present in the digital capture. The image captured with the PowerPhase back also matches more closely the true color of the original artwork."
For more information, please refer to www.peimag.com/
© Reprinted with permission from PEI and Andrew Rodney. Original artwork by Tavlos.
Images captured by Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd., Japan.
For more information on DNP, please refer to www.dnp.co.jp
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