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Re: filmscanners: scanning automation



Tomasz,

I haven't scanned at anything but 4000dpi, but it scans each image in a
minute or two even at that resolution. I would believe it is even faster at
lower resolutions.

Not as speedy as a roll in two or three minutes, but pretty fast.

Tom

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tomasz Zakrzewski" <tomzakrz@ka.onet.pl>
To: <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2001 5:55 PM
Subject: Re: filmscanners: scanning automation


> Larry Berman wrote:
> > Sounds like you should have your images scanned to a Kodak Photo CD.
>
> No, no, no. I usually have to place the portion of images on my web site
the
> day I developed the films. Apart from that Photo CD is almost non-existent
> in Poland, where I live.
>
> From the answers so far, I conclude that for my requirements the LS-4000ED
> would be most suitable. How fast is this scanner on an average new
computer
> when doing this batch scanning in "low" resolution? Bob Kehl uses 2000dpi,
> can I choose other, even lower resolutions with this scanner?
> Did you ever see those index print stations at minilabs which scan the
whole
> film within a two ot three minutes? That's what I'd need sometimes. The
main
> use for the scanner will be (slow) archival scanning at 4000dpi but speed
is
> sometimes the priority.
> Can I still think of the LS-4000ED then?
>
> Regards
>
> Tomasz Zakrzewski
>




 




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