I'm using an LS-4000 with the roll film adapter. It's awesome.
The best part is the way NikonScan3.1 handles batch scanning.
It gives thumbnail previews of the whole roll.
You can then rotate, crop and adjust each frame individually.
You CAN EVEN individually manual focus each frame prior to batch scanning.
Then you walk away and come back to find the work finished.
A real timesaver.
----- Original Message -----
From: Michael DePangher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2001 6:07 PM
Subject: filmscanners: roll film adapters
> Dear Filmscanners,
> I am considering purchasing a Nikon Super Coolscan 4000 ED to
> electronically archive the 10000 35mm slides and hundreds of uncut rolls
> of mostly Fuji Super HQ 100 color negative film that I have exposed in
> the microscope over the last 15 years. I was attracted to the 4000 ED
> in part because of its ability to handle bulk loading. Where can I find
> a discussion of the real and potential problems that I might face with
> bulk loading in general and with this Nikon model in particular? It
> seems to offer freedom from tedium, but am I going to wish I had
> manually focussed each image anyway? Thanks in advance. Cheers.
> Michael DePangher, Ph.D.
> Spectrum Petrographics Inc.
> 499 Dillard Gardens Road, Suite 2
> Winston, OR 97496
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