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Re: filmscanners: Beginner



Calm down Michael... ;-)

If you've been following this thread, you'll know that the guy's budget
was about 1/10th the price of the scanner you are discussing.  Lynn was
obviously discussing flatbed scanners in terms of consumer product,
which right now are at 1200 dpi in the high end.

The UMAX Power Look 3000 sells for about $6000.  I would like to correct
one error I made in my original response to this thread.  The Agfa 2500
is not in the $3000 range.  It is over $4000.

Art

Michael Wilkinson wrote:

 > ----- Original Message -----
 > From: "Lynn Allen" <lalle@email.com>
 > .. You're probably going to need BOTH a hi-res flatbed
 > : (1200x1200dpi) and a specialized filmscanner for your magazine
 > (2700x2700
 > ################################
 >
 >
 > WHOA  up there,  since when has 1200x1200 been Hi res  ?
 > Umax powerlook 3000 is a budget priced hi res A3 flatbed has an optical
 > res of 3048x3048
 > A dedicated 35mm scanner would be handy but the powerlook would cope
 > with it all AND you have the ability to batch scan, saving more time.
 >
 > http://www.umax.com/professional/standard/products/powerlook3000.cfm
 >
 > regards
 >
 > Michael Wilkinson. 106 Holyhead Road,Ketley, Telford.Shropshire TF 15 DJ
 >   michael@infocus-photography.co.uk      www.infocus-photography.co.uk
 > For Trannies and Negs from Digital Files






 




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