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Re: filmscanners: Scanning Agfa Scala

On 11/10/2001 at 9:48 pm, simon@sclamb.com (Simon Lamb) wrote:

> Joe
> I have used Scala a great deal and it scans superbly.  It is very
> unforgiving and exposure needs to be accurate, but when it is right it is
> superb, especially when viewed through a projector.  As you say, meter for
> the highlights, or at the least the brightest area where you want to see
> detail.  I have scanned hundreds of Scala slides on my LS30 and here are
> some examples (not the best but OK to see the scanning qualities on a low
> level scanner):

Thanks very much for this. I am suitably encouraged! My interest in Scala is
because I can't do any black and white processing for various reasons at the
moment and this film would eliminate the need for a contact sheet. If it scans
well then I might find myself using it a lot. I notice that some of these images
have a look that seems a bit different from the usual negative black and white
look- its rather interesting. 

Joe B.


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