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Re: filmscanners: Films for scanning

on 6/13/01 4:16 PM PST, Rob Geraghty wrote:
> Which makes me disappointed I didn't wait longer and get
> a SS4000 as I'd originally planned.  If this is true, why
> did the scanner manufacturers choose 2700dpi if it's so
> prone to aliasing?  Or are they clueless and simply picked
> it as a reasonable resolution to get an A4 print at 300dpi?

> Tony wrote:
>> IME film type preferences under discussion here are 90%
>> interactions between scanner and film, and the nice
>> thing about 4000ppi is that an awful lot of the problems
>> seen at ~2700ppi suddenly cease to exist.

Does the aliasing phenomena occur at 2900ppi, as in the Nikon, or at 2820,
as in the Minolta?  I am considering these, as well as the SS4000.

David Corwin


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