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RE: filmscanners: Link to Nikon 8000 banding example...



Title: RE: filmscanners: Link to Nikon 8000 banding example...

First off, I don't think the banding is memory related.  I was doing 35mm scans on a dual PIII 866 with 512MB and Ultra2 SCSI disks.  This machine should have been more than capable of dealing with those file sizes.

Anyway, Lawrence, you should be able to swap out the motherboard, processor and memory and use everything else for not a ton of money (< $300 possibly). 

Paul Wilson

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lawrence Smith [mailto:lsmith@lwsphoto.com]
> Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2001 9:08 AM
> To: filmscanners@halftone.co.uk
> Subject: RE: filmscanners: Link to Nikon 8000 banding example...
>
>
> Because my machine, an old pentium II 450 tops out at 384!  I
> need a whole
> new box but I simply don't have enough cash for a $3K scanner
> and a $5K mac
> and the new lumedynes and qflash and Dynalites and $2k 140mm
> Zeiss lens for
> my 645 that I need.  At this point I have to prioritize. 
> Things that go
> into actually getting images on film have to come first.  Without the
> images, the best scanner and computer in the world are
> useless!  Why have I
> not won the lotto yet?  ;-)
>
> Lawrence
>
>
> > First - RAM is dirt cheap these days - I just ordered 2 - 512 MB
> > RAMs for my
> > new G4 from Coast to- Coast ( http://www.coastmemory.com ) for
> > $65 each.  At
> > this price why not have at least 1GB of RAM?
> >.
>



 




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