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[filmscanners] Re: FINALLY, why Nikon LS-8000 bands



On 6/13/02 9:53 AM, "Jack Phipps" <JPhipps@asf.com> wrote:

> From: Major A [mailto:andras@users.sourceforge.net]
>
>
> I'd like to add here that, apparently, the LS-4000 ED has the same
> problem, since it also uses a 3-line sensor. I'm not sure how large
> the effect is in that case.
>
> Hello Major!
> I just went to the Nikon site and looked at the technical specification for
> an LS-4000. I can't find where it uses a 3-line sensor. Also, the LS-4000
> doesn't give the option of "Fine-mode" (which makes the LS-8000 use only one
> of the three sensors) like the LS-8000 does.
>
> Are you sure it uses a 3-line sensor?

I have an LS-4000.  I've never dissassembled it to the point where I could
examine the sensor assembly.  But I've never seen banding, even when I view
4000 dpi scans onscreen at 100%.

If I print the scans on my Epson 1280 *then* I can sometimes see bands.  But
that's due to clogging of the nozzles on the printer, not the scanner.

--
Julian Vrieslander <julianv@mindspring.com>

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