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[filmscanners] RE: Flextight Photo on loan - got two questions



That happens every now and then ;-)

Regards,

Austin


> Someone else has confirmed that the emulsion is up in the Flex.  It does
> look like the light source is in the bottom so your guidance was indeed
> correct.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Simon
>
> On 27/4/02 8:53 pm, "Austin Franklin" <darkroom@ix.netcom.com> wrote:
>
> >> The Getting Started manual states in two places that the film is
> >> inserted in
> >> the holder emulsion side up.  However, the Flextight Photo
> manual states
> >> that the film should be loaded emulsion side down.
> >
> > Hi Simon,
> >
> > At least with the Leafscan 45, you DO load the film into the
> holder emulsion
> > side down, AND the holder is placed in the scanner upside down,
> therefore
> > emulsion side up...so for the Leaf, what you say makes perfect
> > sense...except the Leaf has the CCD on the top, and the light
> source is on
> > the bottom.  I am guessing with the Imacon, the light source is
> on the top,
> > and the CCD on the bottom?
> >
> > Either way, the emulsion faces the CCD, just like in an enlarger, the
> > emulsion faces the paper...  Check to see if the holder goes in
> upside down,
> > which would make both statements you said correct.
> >
> > Austin

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