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Re: filmscanners: OT: Film grain

"Dave King" <kingphoto@mindspring.com> wrote:
> In other words, it's not really "overexposing" the film to rate it one
> to two stops slower than the manufacture's recommendation.

Hm.  OK.

> LED scanners are different than enlargers however, and overexposure
> more than two stops may build enough density to cause problems.  A
> good general rating for most C-41 films is one stop overexposure (for
> best quality).

I haven't seen anything in a C41 neg scan I could put down to problems
with density with my LS30.  Slides, yes.  Negs, no.  Only silver negs.
They are *really* hard to scan.



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