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Re: filmscanners: RE: filmscanners: New Nikon performance



> Rob Geraghty wrote:
> >
> > Dave wrote:
> > >Nikon scanners.  Specifically, I'd like to find out whether scans
> > >performed *without* ICE on the new scanners have the same
problems
> > >with excessive dust and scratches as on the old scanners, or if
this
> > >has been improved, and if so, by how much.
>
>
> Hmmm... was the scanner *adding* the dust and scratches? I would
rather
> have a scanner that gets as much info off of the film as possible,
and
> if there are dust and scratches on the film, they should be
resolved...
> I'm funny that way...;-)
>
>
> Isaac

Adding isn't the right word exactly, let's say the Nikon without ICE
'exaggerates' dust and scratches.  So why not just use ICE then and be
done with it?  I do, except in the case of certain Kodachromes, which
exhibit artifacts with ICE scans that *are* added, and detract
significantly from image quality.

Dave




 




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