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Re: filmscanners: Canon 4000 ppi film scanner
> Puzzles me too. Maybe everyone has been put off by the references to initial
> poor quality control. But what scanner doesn't suffer from this? (OK David,
> except maybe Polaroid!)
> But much to my surprise, my local (regional Australia) electrical appliance
> retailer, who also sells package PC deals, has just put one onto his shelf at
> A$1499 (A$=~US$.51)..?!? I thought I was the only local who even knew what a
> filmscanner was :-\..
> He's agreed to set it all up, and tomorrow I'll be taking some testing slides
> and neg's over to see what it can do..
> If anyone's interested I'll report back, but it will only be a lightweight
> test. Unless of course I end up buying it.. :-)
Why not take a copy of Vuescan with you and output a Raw file, you could
then take the Raw file home and open it within Vuescan for more heavyweight
Just a thought.
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