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filmscanners: Vuescan objectives (was: Sprintscan 120 and new negative proile scheme


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  • Subject: filmscanners: Vuescan objectives (was: Sprintscan 120 and new negative proile scheme
  • From: "Lynn Allen" <lynn_allen@angelfire.com>
  • Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2001 11:15:59 -0400
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Ed Hamrick wrote:

>If you set the film terms to the default, the image should end up
looking like the print you'd get back from Kodak.  It's only if you
set the film type to match the actual film that you'll end up matching
the scene.

>Similarly with slide film, if you set "Device|Media type" to
"Image" you'll get a scan that looks like the slide.  If you set
it to "Slide film", you'll get a scan that looks like the original
scene.
 
Thanks, Ed. You've just moved that phenomenon from what I *thought* I was 
seeing to what I *know* that I'm seeing. With my particular negs and slides, I 
was never 100% sure before. :-)

I genuinely appreciate the clarification, and I'm sure some others do, as well.

Best regards--LRA


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