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Re: filmscanners: Scanner slide feeders for 35 mm scanners - likes and dislikes



David,

I think John is hitting the nail right on the head.  I had an SS4000 and
thought it was a great scanner.  I'm now using a LS4000 because of the film
handling.  The Nikon scanners let you just feed in a bare filmstrip.  I use
the roll feed adapter as well.  Yes, the Polaroid filmholder is probably
more precise.  When I want the extra precision I can use the Nikon film
holder, but when I want raw speed or unattended operation I use the roll
feed adapter or the filmstrip feeder.

Ice, Roc and Gem are indispensable to many people and some others don't
really care, but nobody loves the Polaroid filmstrip holder.

I love my Nikon LS4000, but if Polaroid had filmhandling like Nikon (and
maybe ICE3) I'd drop it in a heartbeat and buy and recommend Polaroid
regardless of cost.......because Nikon doesn't offer worthwhile support and
Polaroid does (they have you).

Thank you for asking,

Best Regards,

Bob Kehl
Principal
Kvernstoen, Kehl & Associates
Star Prairie, WI  54026
Ph: 715-294-3157
Fx: 715-294-3167
bobkehl@kvernkehl.com

website: www.kvernkehl.com




----- Original Message -----
From: John Lee <john@johnleeart.com>
To: <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
Sent: Friday, August 10, 2001 5:41 PM
Subject: Re: filmscanners: Scanner slide feeders for 35 mm scanners - likes
and dislikes


> Dear David,
>
> While the slide feeder sounds great a film feeder would be even better.
> I generally get my slides back from developing uncut. I cut into sixes
> and then scan. It would be really great to not have to cut and then be
> able to scan the whole roll. Also great for negs. How soon can we expect
> a film feeder?
>
> John Lee
>
> P.S. ISP 5.03 is a great improvement!
>
> "Hemingway, David J" wrote:
> >
> > In preperation for the upcoming slide feeder for the Sprintscan 4000 I
would
> > like to hear what feature set customers would like both hardware and
> > software. I would particularly like to hear about the likes and dislikes
> > from users of the Nikon slide feeder other than the well known slide
feed
> > issues.
> > Thanks
> > David




 




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