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[filmscanners] Re: SCSI support on a Mac Pro

On 11/02/2008 Laurie@advancenet.net wrote:
> Evidently, this adapter/converter still is on the market; but it
> works only
> with SCSI-2 from what I have been able to determine.

As far as I know, all filmscanners that appeared with SCSI interfaces used
SCSI2 standard, even though they only achieved SCSI1 speeds 1-3MB/sec
across the bus.

I'm not a Mac person, but I thought there were Firewire<->SCSI converters
too, and that was a more robust solution than USB<->SCSI because FW and
SCSI are more closely related. Or have the latest Mac's dumped Firewire too?

Leopard seems to have been Apple's Vista!


Tony Sleep

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