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Re: filmscanners: S.S. 120 "on ice"???



I don't think they can afford you right now,  Art.

Maris

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Arthur Entlich" <artistic@ampsc.com>
To: <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2001 5:21 AM
Subject: Re: filmscanners: S.S. 120 "on ice"???


| 
| "Hemingway, David J" wrote:
| > 
| >I have all the Nikon and Polaroid scanners and never use either
| > software or hardware dust removal.
| 
| If you own all these personally, than that explains Polaroid's 
| current predicament... you're salary is killing them.  Then again, 
| if the company owns them all, well, no wonder they ran out 
| of cash ;-) 
| 
| I'm sure you have bigger issues on your mind right now than dust
| removal, but since you have brought this issue up, I think it encourages
| closer investigation.
| 
| >From my reading of this list, I would suggest that the dilemma many have
| expressed is: do I get the Nikon which has dICE features in spite of
| some negative aspects (shallow depth of field, for one), or do I go with
| the SS120 or SS4000 and have to deal with a lot of spotting?
| 
| I honestly believe if Polaroid had provided a dICE or similar type of IR
| dust removal system the scales would have tilted much more favorably in
| Polaroid's direction, for a multitude of reasons.
| 
| I honestly hope you guys get another kick at the barrel, I've still got
| a few ideas up my sleeve you might be interested in, once the dust
| settles.
| 
| Art
| 
| 




 




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