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RE: filmscanners: You have several hundred thousand transparencies to scan...
>Then you can spend your life running from seat to seat :-)
Ah, but with all that money you would not have to; you could hire people
with expertise to sit in those seats and do the work for you. :-)
Actually, if you had all that money, I am sure that you would find better
things and toys to play with than scanners and scanning. :-)
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Derek Clarke
Sent: Saturday, April 07, 2001 8:09 PM
Subject: Re: filmscanners: You have several hundred thousand
transparencies to scan...
firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Nicholl) wrote:
> You want the best possible quality.
> However, time is also of the essence, so you are prepared to make
> minimal trade-offs in absolute quality in order to increase
> production throughput.
> Fortunately, that rich uncle you never liked just croaked, and in a
> final moment of senility, he's left his entire ill-gotten gains to
> you, so money is no object.
> So what do you buy?
If money truly is unlimited, you find the best quality scanner possible
irrespective of speed, then buy 10 of them along with the same number of
dedicated computers for scanning stations.
Then you can spend your life running from seat to seat :-)