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Dynamic Range

The dynamic range measures the ability to capture gradations from the lightest to darkest parts of an image. The greater the scanner's dynamic range, the sharper the image. In order to get a better dynamic range, the scanner needs to utilize more bits to store the information. Most low-end scanners are 24-bit, midrange scanners are usually 30-bit, and high-end scanners are 36-bit.

 

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