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[filmscanners] Re: calibration for beginners

I just asked a very similar question here, on photo.net..

Certainly Norman Koren's site at:
is worth a long look..

regards mt

At 08:53 PM 19/01/02, you wrote:
>Calibration is a frequent topic on this list. But these are often highly
>advanced methods.
>I'd be interested in knowing the rudiments of calibration.
>First of all I want to achieve a "90%" matching of image put into my scanner
>with that on my monitor, with that printed on my Epson. Simple, eh? ;-)
>I'm interested in most straightforward and effective method of calibrating
>my system, without resorting to expensive hard- or software.
>I do not intend to clutter this list with unnecessary OT mails so if you can
>give link to sites devoted to this topic, this will me ok for me.
>Tomasz Zakrzewski

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