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Re: filmscanners: New Nikon performance





EdHamrick@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 6/8/2001 12:32:29 PM EST, HEMINGD@POLAROID.COM writes:
> 
> 
>> I have been biting my tongue throughout this whole dust conversation but I
>>  guess I am finally baited out. I have done actual scans on the scanner with
>>  a LED light source and the SS4000. It was quite obvious to me that there 
> 
> was
> 
>>  considerably more dust shown on the scanner with the LED light source. I
>>  also noticed the scans were more contrasty. I will leave it to others to
>>  decide whether this is good or bad but in my view it is actual.
> 
> 
> I did a scan of the same slide on my LS-30 and the SS4000 that you
> loaned me (thanks again by the way), and didn't see any difference.
> The same dust spots looked the same to me on both.  I'll be the first
> to admit that I didn't look at this too closely though, and this was quite
> a while ago.
> 
> Regards,
> Ed Hamrick

I am beginning to think that variability within the hardware (and maybe 
even firmware) on these products mean any two products might be 
different enough to barely be able to make any broad statements.

Can anyone in the industry comment on how rigorous the QC is on these 
units prior to leaving the factory?

Art




 




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