I heard someone say they have an awesome MF DSLR that records 16 bits of color. That is per channel, right? Cause 16-bit color isn't all that impressive when you're talking about photography. Which also means that DSLRs that record 12 bits are more than sufficient to cover the full sRGB spectrum? Also, why is 32-bit color 32 bits, when its only eight bits per channel and there is only three channels? What does the other 8 bits do? Edited to add: BTW, how many bits per channel is Adobe RGB?