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RE: filmscanners: ScanWit Yellow stain

On Wed, 27 Jun 2001 12:52:11 +0200  Oostrom, Jerry 
(Jerry.Oostrom@Alcatel.nl) wrote:

> The scan that I made is indeed OFF the planet, even on my screen, but 
> it has
> been done with the regular settings in which I scan normally exposed
> negatives (gamma 2.22). I overexposed the whole roll from ISO 400 to ISO
> 320, should not be too much I think, but this frame came out more
> overexposed than others.

ISO320 will generally improve most ISO400 materials, without causing 

Do you have any s/w control over gamma at scan time? IE anything you can 
dial in after preview to control gamma of the final scan.

Vuescan's 'Image brightness' controls both gamma and brightness in an 
interlinked fashion. Are improvements available there? And what film 
characterisation are you using, and with what film?


Tony Sleep
http://www.halftone.co.uk - Online portfolio & exhibit; + film scanner 
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