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Gamut is much different than sensor spectral sensitivity. The title of your question infers gamut so to start there, digital cameras do not have gamuts. Color gamuts are applied to sensor data when pixels are made and a container color space is chosen. So the gamuts shown are limited by the RGB color space not the camera's sensor. So to achieve the largest ...


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Yes. This is called colour proofing. First, make sure you have colour management enabled, that is, the image has a colur profile assigned (check in Edit −> Assign Profile), and generally the colour seetings are set as required (Edit −> Color Settings and the display profile in your OS). Thus, you ensure that the image is correctly displayed on your ...


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Yes but you do not even need to. The color gamut indicated by the triangle is the coverage of linear combinations of the three RGB primaries. By moving the primaries you can expand or contract the color gamut. This can be seen if you compare the sRGB and Adobe RGB color spaces, both are RGB with slightly different primaries. Theoretically, you can move the ...


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