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Re: filmscanners: LS-40/Vuescan cropping





Mark Otway wrote:

> >> In their zeal to make totally electronic cameras, Canon eliminated
> >> the sprocket that counts eight holes per frame, replacing it with an
> >> infrared sensor. I'd suggest that plays a role your "nonstandard"
> >> spacing.
>
> Ah. I see. What a PITA. :-(
>
> Having said that, it looks to be a combination of the problem - if Fuji,
> Kodak and all the other films I've used can manage to get the sprocket
> holes spaced at the same distance, I fail to see why Agfa can't.
>
> As I said, I'll just have to stick to the former two types of film.
>
> Mark
> (Novice photographer, but learning quickly :-)

What's down the edges of the film that make it different ffrom Kodak or
Fuji?

rob




 




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