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filmscanners: Re: FS4000 & VueScan 7.2.1



This was either a dumb question on my part, or it required a complex response. 
Which is
it?

John.


John Rylatt wrote:
> 
> 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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