> If a profile for a digital camera is created by capturing a target of some
> kind, wouldn't it be limited by the inherent characteristics of the target
> media? I.e. Similar to scanner profiles, transmissive profiles being
> "larger" that reflective profiles?
Absolutely and one of the reasons why it's so darn hard to profile such a
With a scanner, not so tough. The target is made from the material you'll
use from now on to capture. So the gamut of the film while not the so called
gamut of the device is OK since what we ultimately want to scan is film.