Quote Originally Posted by DREW WILEY View Post
Tip: to really isolate the variable of the paper plane itself, you'd have to expose a sheet of film (not
paper) on a precise vacuum easel. Ordinary paper doesn't lie all that flat on an ordinary easel, and can't pick up enough detail for critical work. You're only as good as your weakest link.
Drew, It's been my experience, with the few Kodak color papers I've evaluated for this, that they exceeded my needs for detail by a LARGE margin. Way beyond what a 6X loupe could show.

So I'm skeptical about your comment about "ordinary paper" not being able to pick up enough detail. Can you elaborate? Is this from testing, or is it just an assumption?