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filmscanners: Re: filmscanners: When if Provia 100F a poor film to scan...underwater :-7



Stan wrote:
> That would indicate that unexposed, processed, E-6 is relatively
> transparent to IR even though it may be almost opaque to visible
> light. Might this vary from one E-6 film to another? Probably,
> but I would guess only in degree, not in kind. That is, I would
> expect all E-6 film to be relatively transparent to IR.

Which leaves me stumped for the origin of these spots and why
the IR dust filter in Vuescan doesn't remove them.  I've
never experienced this problem with the scanner before.
I'll have to try scanning the same slide with Nikonscan to
see if ICE behaves any differently from Vuescan.  I thought
it might have been connected with multipass scanning, but a
single pass scan looked pretty much the same.

Rob


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