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Re: filmscanners: LS-4000 Question

>In a message dated 5/22/2001 2:58:59 PM EST, alindsey@cableone.net writes:
>>  Is it
>>   possible to remove the cross strips from the FH-s film strip adapter
>>   and scan a long panoramic negative?

No, you can't.

BUT there is a work-around that should, in theory, be relatively easy 
to do. {Disclaimer: I don't have any 'panorama' negs to experiment 

If you are using the auto-film-strip feeder, then this would work.

Plunk in the film strip.

Do thumbnail previews of the strip.

Go to the window in NikonScan 3's tools palette which controls 'film 
strip offset'. Fiddle with the first 'frame edge' so you get the 
right edge of the panorama. Do the same with the left 'frame edge' . 
You'll get two files, but you should be able to stitch them together 
without much of a problem.


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