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filmscanners: RE: filmscanner: Dust removal software?



Martin,
Polaroid offers a program through the dealers called "30 day good as gold
guarantee". If you are dissatisfied with the product for any reason you can
return it for a full refund  minus shipping if necessary) Most dealers honor
this program and fortunately we don't have to take many back!!
You have heard about the air cans, static brush, the Teknek roller.
There is also a technique using the history palette in Photoshop. This or
similar technique is taught at trade shows by Imacom. Eddie Tapp of PMA has
a PDF of his version of the procedure on his web site.
www.eddietapp.com

Regards
David

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Barbara & Martin Greene [mailto:martbarb@earthlink.net]
> Sent: Saturday, September 01, 2001 7:08 AM
> To: filmscanners@halftone.co.uk
> Subject: filmscanners: Dust removal software?
> 
> 
> As I'm not happy with the softening of images that seems to 
> come with the
> excellent dust removal cab abilities of Digital ICE, and can 
> still return it
> and get another machine.  I'd appreciate information from users of the
> Canonscan 4000 and the Polaroid 4000 as to how these machines 
> handle it.  I
> do want to be able to remove some of the junk, but would be 
> willing to do a
> little work the rubber stamp in Photoshop if I could retain a 
> sharper image.
> 
> Martin 
> 




 




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