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[filmscanners] Re: Cleaning slides and negs prior to scanning



In the International Edition of "The Black & White Enthusiast"  Magazine Vol
2 - Ed 5., Andy Cross writes on his use of an Ultrasonic Cleaner and
additonally the use of a Condit "Fluid Immersion Negative Carrier" for
scanning his films . If you can get hold of a copy it makes interesting
reading
so much so that I'm considering buying an Ultrasonic cleaner for cleaning up
alot of my old negs and tranies.

Merry Xmas

Rob Wright
----- Original Message -----
From: "Thomas Maugham" <TMaugham@yahoo.com>
To: <cameraman@xtra.co.nz>
Sent: Wednesday, December 25, 2002 12:04 PM
Subject: [filmscanners] Cleaning slides and negs prior to scanning



Can anyone suggest a good way to clean slides and negs prior to scanning?  I
clean the best I can with a soft brush and light puffs of air but still wind
up with dust on my scans.  I verified that the dust is not in my scanner.
I'd like to get as much off the originals as possible as I don't like to use
dust spotting tools as I feel that they degrade the image.

Any and all suggestions are most welcome and I thank you in advance.

Best regards and holiday wishes.

Tom Maugham

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