Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer
Ed, tungsten illumination is rich in the red region of the spectrum, less so in green and even less so in blue.
Please! There is no need to describe the spectrum form a tungsten lamp. I've done a fair amount of color spectrophotometry.

So, the piece of film is a piece of negative color film, processed but unexposed.
It would have helped to know that what you were talking about was the sensitivity to given wavelengths of light in the various layers.

However, If the C<M<Y applies to emulsion layer speed, are you saying that C=M=Y indicates that all layers have the SAME sensitivity to daylight illumination?

Also, Is Agfa's claim that exposure to naked enlarging lamp emission of 3000K - No filtration or "film" attenuation - resulting in equal exposure of all layers incorrect or --- ???