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Re: filmscanners: Canon and Vuescan



The low contrast is normal and IMHO good as it indicates that neither the
highlights nor the shadows are being clipped - you can easily deal with that
in your graphics program.

To deal with the level bunching, try adjusting the gamma setting in Vuescan
(it does NOT have to match your monitor gamma) and the brightness setting.

Maris

----- Original Message -----
From: "Gandy Martin" <Martin.Gandy@ICL.com>
To: "Filmscanner list (E-mail)" <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
Sent: Friday, July 13, 2001 6:12 AM
Subject: filmscanners: Canon and Vuescan


| I would like to contact any Canon FS2710 users with Vuescan experience.  I
| installed Vuescan because of the good reports but have always experienced
| scans with the default sttings to have very low contrast, with the values
in
| levels bunched to the left.  This is for both slides and negatives, and
with
| V7.1.5 and earlier versions.  I don't get these results with Canocraft
| default settings.  I wondered if anyone has similar experiences and found
| ways to optimise Vuescan settings.  I have experimented but without much
| success.
|
| Martin Gandy
|
|




 




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