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Re: filmscanners: Crashes with Nikon LS4000

Nikon have done the same mistake as Polaroid did with the pree released
Sprintscan 4000 1.5 years ago. The Polaroid software Insight was terrible. ( 
Im not sure if it works today)

The Nikon  ED 4000 and software are not optimized and  ready for the market 

Polaroid 4000 and Nikon LS2000 comes together with Silverfast 5 (here in 
Sweden) and the scanners works well..  Only hope Nikon does the same thing 
with ED4000 as a choice to NikonScan.  I think  NikonScan can be
a  good software in next up date,  it has  the  basic quality and have not 
so many errors as Insight in the beginning.

Mikael Risedal


>From: "Jeremy Brookfield" <jeremy@percula.com>
>Reply-To: filmscanners@halftone.co.uk
>To: filmscanners@halftone.co.uk
>Subject: filmscanners: Crashes with Nikon LS4000
>Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2001 01:11:20 +0200
>Has anyone had much success with Nikon Scan 3.0 and the LS4000? The 
>seems practically useless as it stands.
>I get repeated crashes in several different dlls. I have found some work 
>and have actually managed to do some scans but these workarounds are time
>consuming and extremely annoying. For example, I can't even save as TIFF 
>instead have to save as NEF, close Nikon Scan, restart it, open the NEF 
>file and
>then save as TIFF. Such problems occur on each of the 3 machines (all Win 
>I have tested.
>Thanks in advance,
>Jeremy Brookfield.

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