At 12:51 24-07-01 +1000, Julian Robinson wrote:
>I am one of those who has not found the problems that others report with
>Nikonscan; I have found it to do what it should do, quickly and with great
In general I agree with that and especially appreciate the control that NS
gives me. There are, however, difficult slides especially old Kodachromes
where Vuescan does a better job so it's good to have both of them.
>The bottom line for me is that I have both, and I actually use
>Nikonscan. There are plenty of others for whom the opposite will
>apply. I will say that for most people there is nothing wrong with
>Nikonscan, and it is one of the most powerful OEM scanning softwares around.
Agreed. Version 3.1 of NS still crashes on my system from time to time but
I've learned to live with it. I just wish that Nikon's programmers were
even remotely as clever as Ed Hamrick because Vuescan is much faster than
NS in all its functions. It's frustrating that NS performs file operations
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