>> So I spend two days getting it sorted. Now I can scan negs with
>> SilverFast! It's all to do with NOT TOUCHING that 'Auto' button, cos it
>> automatically messes everything up. A quick fiddle with the 'Color Cast
>> Removal' slider and now we're getting there. Does this slider get a
>> mention in any instructions, anywhere?
> From: David Gordon <email@example.com>
> Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Sat, 4 Aug 2001 16:55:33 +0100
> To: Filmscanners <Filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
> Subject: filmscanners: I love/hate SilverFast
> SilverFast, don't you luv it? Fantastic scans from tranies, pants when it
> comes to negs.
> So I spend two days getting it sorted. Now I can scan negs with
> SilverFast! It's all to do with NOT TOUCHING that 'Auto' button, cos it
> automatically messes everything up. A quick fiddle with the 'Color Cast
> Removal' slider and now we're getting there. Does this slider get a
> mention in any instructions, anywhere?
> Anyway, now my neg scans are as good as my tranie scans, it only took a year.
> So I happen to be passing the LaserSoft web site and what do you know?
> They updated SilverFast to version five and a half. And what does five
> and a half do that five can't? Yup, they sorted the neg scanning problem.
> And they really have. I tried the demo and was so impressed I coughed up
> the $45.
> Of course there's no film profiles for Kodak Supra... But the 'no
> profile' setting is better than good enough. (No green shadows either!)
> Uno problemo. I got a mail from LaserSoft telling me my new serial number
> and to enter it in the demo version to remove the watermark.
> But the demo doesn't give an option to put a serial number in...
> So it's still pants, until someone tells me how!
> Oh, by the way, you can do batch scanning with individual correction for
> each frame now. Of course they all get watermarked...
> David Gordon