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[filmscanners] Re: Kodak 100TMX on Nikon 8000



You cannot use dICE on silver halide based films.  The silver is opaque
to IR light so it ends up trying to subtract your whole image, which it
assumes is dirt or surface damage.

Color films, of negative or positive types,  chromagenic black and
white, have almost all silver left in them after they are processed so
that problem is resolved.

Some Kodachrome dyes are slightly opaque to IR light also, and that can
also could problems with certain vintages of Kodachrome slides when
scanning.

Art

Youheng wrote:

> Hi List:
>
> I'm facing problems scanning the Kodak 100TMX
>  black/white neg on the Nikon 8000, preview is somewhat o
> k but not good, while the scan lost every detail, just bl
> ack and white blotches, like severly solarized or that I
> can't describe clearly in English. Please someone how to
> cope with this? thank you!
>
> Thanks,
> JM Shen
>
>

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