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RE: filmscanners: Nikon Scan & VS Negative dynamic range



I've never seen these options in Nikon Scan 3.0/3.1.  Where should I be 
looking (I can be blind like this sometimes)?

Jawed

>===== Original Message From Julian Robinson <jrobinso@pcug.org.au> =====
>Have you tried Scanner Extras / Prescan mode / low cont neutral?
>
>Julian
>
>At 09:44 06/09/01, you wrote:
>>It is very simple: NS decides to clip a neg scan if the dynamic range
>>encoded in the neg is more than a certain amount.  I don't know what this
>>amount is, but I can demonstrate a very strong difference between NS and
>>Vuescan in this respect with shots on Supra 400.
>>
>>No amount of adjustment to NS's master or R, G, B light output levels solves
>>this problem - you can tweak the output levels to choose which you'd rather
>>lose (shadows or highlights) but you cannot get the full range of such a neg
>>with NS.
>>
>>Maybe older versions are different.  I write this with respect to NS3.0 and
>>3.1 working with my LS40.
>>
>>(Hoping I haven't grabbed the wrong end of the stick.)
>>
>>Jawed




 




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