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Re: filmscanners: Hazy bleed in hi contrast blacks on LS2000

At 1:40 pm +0300 12/6/01, Harry Lehto wrote:
>The black backgound
>close to a bright spot is very unforgiving for such things. If your halos
>move to the "outer" side of your bright image then I believe that it is
>a reflection or a comalike distortion. If they stay only as "halos"
>centered on your bright spot even right at the edge of your field then
>I suspect some internal reflections in the optical elements closest to the

The effect I see isn't any sort of reflected or ghost image, more a 
light fogginess bleeding from the light area into the dark. The 
transparency that shows it best is a black trouser leg against a 
white car. There are no really bright small areas - the LS2000 
handles these fairly well. Like with cameras, the worst effect is 
from large bright areas not small very bright ones.

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