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filmscanners: Minolta DIMAGE Multi Scan Pro



To the list:

The new Minolta DIMAGE Multi Scan Pro looks interesting with optical 
resolutions of 4800 ppi for 35mm and 3200 ppi for 120 film, a diffuse light 
source, and Digital Ice. Its native software also sounds pretty darn good. 
For a comprehensive review, see:

http://www.imaging-resource.com/SCAN/DSMP/DSMA.HTM

The main downside of this particular scanner, as far as I can tell, is long 
scan times with medium-format film at the highest resolution. The on-line 
review uses 4800 ppi for its medium-format test which is too bad since the 
Scanner's actual resolution for MF film is 3200. The long scan time may 
have resulted from the need to interpolate pixels.

Does anyone have any experience with using a Multi Scan Pro to scan 120 
film at 3200 ppi? Would you be so kind as to report how long it takes to 
scan 645, 66, or 67 images with and without Digital Ice?

Thanks!

-- Victor Landweber





 




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