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Re: filmscanners: SilverFast vs Others

Maris V. Lidaka, Sr. [mlidaka@ameritech.net] wrote on Sun, 5 Aug
2001 18:15:54 -0500

> I prefer VueScan as it gets the range and color scanned
>essentially well in the first instance, and *will* pick up all of the
>dynamic range my scanner will retrieve, and any corrections I wish to make I
>will make in Photoshop.

The point about SilverFast is that you don't need to make any final
corrections in PhotoShop. Using the IT-8 calibration means the preview
and the final scan will exactly match your original tranie. 

Of course the support is almost non existent and the manuals written by
someone with no idea how to explain complex ideas to simple folk. They
then appear to have been translated from German to English via Greek and
Spanish ...

It's good, no, it's very good. But it's hard. And very expensive!

David Gordon


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