Thanks Mark. Unfortunately I don't own any of those gizmos. Joel, whose
slides they are, forgot to come armed with light table and loupe at the
weekend. I really need to be able to find someone local to me (London, NW3)
with an LS4000 or some other prosumer/pro scanner for a quick comparison
that you lot can see.
The only comment I can make is that the scans are generally too "dark". A
gamma of 1.2-1.3 seems to fix that pretty well - but maybe that's my taste.
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> Hi, Jawed - interesting pages, thanks for the effort.
> Have you looked at the slides through a loupe or projector to see
> how much
> detail was actually lost? I know this is all a bit subjective, but am
> curious whether there was much more to be resolved - some of the
> images did
> indeed look as though they had a fair bit more to offer in the shadows..
> At 09:20 PM 5/08/01 +0100, you wrote:
> >Mike Duncan asked me, a few days ago, to provide some examples of
> >multi-scanned versus single-scanned images from Vuescan using the LS40.