Personally, I'd demand a refund from Nikon, and if they refused, I'd
consider reporting them to whatever government agency protects you
against misleading advertising.
Or you could just consider suing them.
Shunith Dutt wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Neil Cotty" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2001 3:37 AM
> Subject: RE: filmscanners: Nikon film flatness (was Glass slide mounts)
>>and you thought this thread had died.. <G>
>>Well, someone asked if the AN coatings of Glass Slides would show in a
>>and I can say that with Quickpoint slides of the type I have at least, it
>>most certainly DOES. You get a sort of grassy looking star pattern that is
>>terrible especially in skys or continuous tone areas. Huge yuk!
> Yup... that was me... at least, i did ask and no one replied... till now :)
> Well, asked about the Nikon 4000ED in this very forum... was told it was
> great... no one mentioned the focus/sharpness problem... and now i'm
> stuck.... what makes matters worse is that i run a W2K, dual processor
> system and Nikon Scan keeps crashing.... configuring it run on a single PC
> is of no use. There was a very helpful suggestion from an individual
> (complete with all the necessary instructions) to boot as a single processor
> system whenever i want to run Nikon Scan. I'm getting more and more tempted
> to take him up on his suggestion. Its just a shame tho' that one expects so
> much from a company like Nikon and even the software doesn't work....
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