Andreas F.X. Siegert wrote: > Hmm, but that is a camera profile that is used in profiling cameras for a > specific > converter. So it is actually used to describe what the camera can handle in > the conversion > step between the gamut less stage and the working space. Hi, well, no it doesn't. The camera profile describes the colorspace that the camera emits, but doesn't say anything about the actual ability of the camera to distinguish between different colors. By default, an output device is assumed to have limits set by it's per channel range, but for a camera the device values are the output not input, and this limit is not relevant. You can always adjust the camera exposure to keep the device values within a valid range. Bottom line, cameras don't have gamuts. Graeme Gill.