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Re: filmscanners: Silverfast problem


No, the scan was not sharp using polacolor software without any scanner
sharpening on.  It lacked sharpness in both Polacolor and Silverscan, both
used without sharpening as I prefer to sharpen using Nik Sharpener Pro in


on 9/29/01 6:48 AM, Andy Darlow at andy@andydarlow.com wrote:

> Hi Martin:
> Was the scan sharp using he Polacolor software without any scanner
> sharpening on?
> -Andy Darlow
>> Scans I made using Vuescan with my new SS 4000, after much assistance from
>> members of this forum, were crisp, sharp, and had colors that were very
>> close to my slides.  I liked the Silverfast interface, felt it was visually
>> most attractive and liked the sophistication of its controls.  But, I was
>> unable to get a crisp, sharp scan.  Scans simply did not look sharp.  On my
>> Mac G4, I used version 5 and also downloaded and tried the trial version of
>> 5.5.  I faithfully used Ian lyon"s tutorial to set it up.  I found it
>> strange that I couldn't get a sharp scan.  I very much would have liked to,
>> and don't understand why I couldn't.  Perhaps, I'm doing something wrong?
>> I'd appreciate any suggestions for overcoming the difficulty I encountered.
>> Let me know if additional information would help.
>> Martin


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