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filmscanners: FS4000 & VueScan 7.2.1



Does this mean that with the increased exposure feature of VueScan 7.2.1 that 
Mark T's
underexposed slides can now be scanned on FS4000 to show 'noiseless' shadow 
detail.

John.


EdHamrick@aol.com wrote:
> 
> I just releaded VueScan 7.2.1 for Windows, Mac OS 8/9/X
> and Linux.  It can be downloaded from:
> 
>   http://www.hamrick.com/vsm.html
> 
> What's new in version 7.2.1
> 
>   * Added support for CCD exposure time on Canon FS4000
>     (integer from 1 to 6), enabling "Device|Auto exposure"
>     and "Device|Long exposure pass"
> 
>   * Improved speed of multi-pass multi-scanning on scanners
>     with two pass infrared scanning (FS4000 and ScanWit 2740S)
>     by only doing one infrared pass

"Mark T." wrote:

> But when I stuck in an underexposed 
> sunset (shot on kchrome 25), the catch appeared.  Initially the scan looked 
> excellent - it dragged out more shadow detail than I had seen from this 
> slide before.  But when I dragged the curve up a bit to look at the detail 
> more closely, the noise was pretty obvious.  If it had only been in the 
> very deepest areas, I would have forgiven it, but it seems to pervade all 
> deep shadow areas.




 




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