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[filmscanners] Re: Nikon Super Coolscan 4000ED and sharpness/focus

Gary Richardson wrote:

> Some, yes. When I noticed this problem with the Nikon I scanned in a couple
> of slides that I had scanned with my old HP Photosmart scanner and compared.
> I felt that the HP scans were sharper. I'm fairly sure the HP scans weren't
> altered in photoshop, because I always felt the HP scans were of good enough
> sharpness.

The HP driver software, in default mode, used a fair amount of
sharpening, although at least they were honest enough that it showed up
on the sharpness slider as a number, like 10.  However, if you did not
take it down to zero, or use a saved adjusted set of parameters which
lowered that slider to zero, then all your scans from the HP scanner are

What HP were you using, the HP S-10 (SCSI) of the HP S-20 (USB)?


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