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filmscanners: Coolscan 4000



>Date: Sun, 08 Apr 2001 09:16:54 +0930
>From: "Mark T." <markthom@camtech.net.au>
>Subject: Re: filmscanners: Review of the Nikon CoolScan 4000
>
>At 04:11 PM 7/04/01 +0000, you wrote:
>>Jeremy
>>Please take a real sharp slide  ( glassles) and select the auto focus in
>>the middle of the picture and scan the slide ( standard mode)
>>Move the auto focus setting out from the middle against the side  of the
>>picture and scan.
>>Compare the information in the middle and corner  of the 2 slides.
>>Don't tell me that you not can se a big difference in the sharpness
>>I have done this test on 2 different ED 4000 and same results.
>>Best Regards
>>Mikael Risedal
>
>Can I just add to this - *please* make sure that the test slide is a
>'curved' one.  Old Kodachromes in cardboard mounts are often like this -
>you may have to look harder to find a plastic-mounted one with a good
>bend..  Sorry if I am stating the obvious. :)
>
>Regards, Mark T.


Oh and while you're at it, take the film pressure plate out of the back of
your expensive pro-35mm camera before you take the picture.
and then blame the camera manufacturer if your images are soft.

jeez, you guys...
what planet are you living on?

pg




 




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