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[filmscanners] RE: Scanning negs vs. slides



> OK, so considering the fact that the darker areas on negative are much
> easier to resolve by the scanner due to their opposite
> appearance,

Not really "easier"...it's just a point of information that they are
opposite...for some reason, something that is easily overlooked when
scanning.  See below...

> does that
> mean that highlights, represented on the negative as darker areas will be
> harder to handle to handle (opposite situation to the slides).

Because negative film has a lower density range than positive film, and that
density range doesn't go above 2, most any scanner can handle that just
fine.  So, no, you should have no problem scanning highlights of negative
film.

Austin

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