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RE: filmscanners: Vuescan question

At 12:51 PM 7/24/01 +1000, Julian wrote:

>Last time I tried Vuescan's IR dust removal I found it didn't work as well 
>for me as ICE, but this may have improved since then, or at least I should 
>say it definitely has improved going by what I have read here.
>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.  I suggest the 
>obvious - try Nikonscan (which you have) and try Vuescan 
>(try-before-you-buy version) and compare.  Then tell us what you discover.

I'm with you, Julian.  I own Vuescan, and have tried 
it on my 1640 (and on my SS 35, unless I'm imagining 
that part) and found it not compatible with my way 
of working.  NikonScan 3.1 is one of the better vendor-
supplied drivers I've worked with.

rafe b.


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