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The difference might not be in the data contained in the comparable uncompressed 48-bit TIFF and DNG files, but rather in the way Imagemagick is interpreting that data to present it on your 24-bit screen. I'm not sure how it works out with data from a scanner, but with raw data from a camera that includes proprietary information such as data from masked ...
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