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RE: Scanning multiple times (was Re: filmscanners: Vuescan gripes)



> This is an ungrateful thing to say, but in respect to the Acer, I get
> somewhat darker scans on *underexposed* negs with the native Mira driver.
> That's because the Vuescan driver (at least the way I've been using
> it--which is seat-of-the-pants flying, BTW) seems to give a
> slightly longer
> exposure than the Mira. This is *great* for underexposed slides and
> overexposed negs, however, which is where most of my problems are.
>
> Best regards--LRA

Lynn,

I don't think VS controls exposure time on Scanwits directly - they have an
autoexposure system with "no" manual control. However, I agree it appears
something Ed is doing appears to result in longer exposures. It would be
interesting to know how this happens - maybe Ed could jump in with a
theory/explanation?

/fn




 




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