Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingCamera View Post
I don't have a densitometer at home with which to take readings, so I'm just going by eyeball.
If you have a flat bed scanner and the pro copy of Vuescan that supports the scanner you can use that combination to read reflection densities. I would be surprised if you have DMAX readings much above log 1.4 to 1.5. But I think it's sort of foolish to get into this numbers debate, if your "blacks" look black enough then that's all that really matters.