Rob: Why don't you try a Fuji REALA negative at that size?
Rob Geraghty wrote:
> FYI last night I tried my first A3 (not A3+) print from a 2700dpi scan.
> The image was scanned from 100ASA print film with a Nikon LS30. The result
> is good, but perhaps not as sharp as I'd like - but for a real test I'll
> have to do an A3 print from a Provia 100F image.
> Taking a 2700dpi scan and setting the output dpi to 240dpi makes the print
> size just inside A3, leaving a nice sized border of around 25mm. Those
> with 4000dpi scanners will clearly be able to print more easily to full
> bleed A3, but I'm really not at all disappointed.
> I'll have to scan a Provia 100F slide on the SS4000 at work and try a
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