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[filmscanners] Re: Recommendation for a 2 1/4 film scanner



The Nikon and Minolta models most certainly handle 6x6cm. I'm not familiar
with the SS120. Polaroid's web site should have that info. There is a much
cheaper alternative  but the Epson 2450 flatbed scanner doesn't deliver
anywhere close to the DPI of the other scanners you named. However, it does
a credible job based on some scans that I've seen. The Nikon 8000 is
probably the best based on what I've read but the differences may be small.

Don

At 11:54 AM 03/06/2002 -0700, you wrote:
>Hi,
>
>A client of mine, a professional photographer is looking to switching to
>digital.
>
>He mainly shoots B/W with  Hasselblad cameras, only occasionally 35mm.
>
>What would you recommend in the 4000 dip range?
>Best shadow/highlight scans?
>
>Do any or all of these handle 2 1/4 film?
>- Nikon SuperCoolScann 8000ED
>- Polaroid PrintScan 120
>- Minolta DiMAGE Scan Multi Pro 4800dpi
>
>Thanks,
>
>Francoise Frigola
>
>Original Inkjet Prints in Multiple ~ Sculpture
>http://www.pe.net/~franou/
>
>
>
>
>
>
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