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[filmscanners] Re: IT8 calibration & SS 120


That's what I like about this list - people who know!

Thanks very much for the tip, I will check it out.  Does it just scan 6x24
or does it try and scan between where it thinks the frames are.  The latter
could still be a problem.


On 21/4/02 4:38 am, "James L. Sims" <jlsims@knology.net> wrote:

> Simon,
> In SilverFast there is a button on the image panel (six down) called "Job
> Manager" that will
> permit you to preview and scan all four images in the carrier.  Make sure you
> click the
> "6X6" and then click the third button from the left at the bottom of the "Job
> Manager"
> panel.  Another applet will appear and it's fairly self explanatory.
> Jim
> Simon Lamb wrote:
>> Jim
>> I am just being paranoid about flatness.  The scans are tack sharp.  I will
>> definitely look into the glass carrier though.
>> Here is a suggestion for anyone from Lasersoft who may be listening.  Can we
>> have a 6X24 option so that we can scan a whole four image strip please?
>> Insight has it and it means I can actually scan all frames on a four frame
>> strip of 6X6.
>> Simon
>> On 21/4/02 1:08 am, "James L. Sims" <jlsims@knology.net> wrote:
>>> Simon,
>>> I have not noticed a flatness problem with the SS 120 MF carrier.  According
>>> to Polaroid,
>>> however, they will have a glass carrier available within about a month.
>>> I am having an indexing problem, when using VueScan, with MF carrier.  I
>>> have
>>> devised some
>>> work-arounds but it's still a hassle.  All the carriers work well with
>>> Insight
>>> and
>>> SilverFast.
>>> Jim
>>> Simon Lamb wrote:
>>>> Chris
>>>> How do you find the film flatness in the MF holder?  It does not look flat
>>>> to me although the images seem to be in focus.  I seem to try a few times
>>>> to
>>>> get a strip to lay flat.  Any tips?
>>>> It is also impossible to scan every frame on a four frame strip.
>>>> I like the 120 although the film flatness of the MF is an issue.
>>>> Simon
>>>> On 20/4/02 9:12 pm, "craig@aucklandphotographer.co.uk"
>>>> <craig@aucklandphotographer.co.uk> wrote:
>>>>> Does an IT8 calibration slide come with the Silverfast Ai version 5
>>>>> software
>>>>> supplied with the Sprintscan SS 120 in the UK?
>>>>> It does. Or is supposed to; my first SS120 didn't have one (the machine
>>>>> was
>>>>> returned due to other reasons) and second also didn't. So both times I had
>>>>> to call the retailer - who got Polaroid to send one out. The first slide
>>>>> they sent looked liked it had been dragged across a floor under someone's
>>>>> foot - but both the retailer and Polaroid sorted everything out. Took a
>>>>> few
>>>>> days - so the moral of all this? Check the box/contents before driving the
>>>>> 3
>>>>> hour journey home.
>>>>> Craig Auckland | Photographer

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