> Not an answer, but I had exactly the same problem
> with Supra 400. Stopped using it even though it
> is supposed to be 'scanner optimized'.
>> I have a number of supra 400 images that I will need to get
>> decent scans of. Using my SS4000 I get terrible grain
>> aliasing making the quality unacceptable.
Odd. I thought Tony said the SS4000 aliased less than 2700ppi scanners.
Can someone explain this to me? ISTM that people are seeing grain at 4000ppi
and calling it aliasing?
I haven't scanned Supra 400 because I can't buy single rolls, but Fuji Superia
400 scans OK on the LS30. Yes, it's grainy, but it has helped a lot for
situations like taking aerial shots from ultralights that vibrate or leave
the photographer in the breeze! I want to try Provia 400F to get the same
sort of speed which hopefully less apparent grain.
Rob Geraghty email@example.com