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[filmscanners] Fw: Re: Nikon LS-4000ED Depth of Field Revisited


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  • Subject: [filmscanners] Fw: Re: Nikon LS-4000ED Depth of Field Revisited
  • From: "" <golder@netzero.com>
  • Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2003 20:34:25 GMT
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Rob,

Unfortunately, I can't say.  I've never owned the LS30 or LS2000.

Maybe somebody else has had experience with both.

Derek

golder@netzero.com wrote:
>Didn't find much difference btwn the auto strip feeder and the manual strip
>holder when it came to total focus plane variation on the same piece of
film.
> They were quite close, but the autostrip feeder actually proved a little
>bit better at a delta of 16 nikon units vs. 21 nikon units for the manual
>holder.

Is the auto strip feeder in the LS4000 significantly different in design
to the LS30/2000?  I stopped using it when I found out that strips tended
to curl in the machine, and the frames at the end of a neg strip ended up
horribly out of focus on one side.  It worked ok on frames in the middle
of a strip.

Rob

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How do you know if you never try?
(Rob Geraghty 25 June 2002)






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