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Re: filmscanners: Minolta Scan Multi Pro REVIEW???

Yes, in big companies like Minolta they often dont know very much about
whats going on - they are paid anyway :-(

BTW, I have re- studied the sample scans of the Minolta and the Nikon 8000
on imaging- resource, and unfortunately I have come to the conclusion that
the Nikon ist the better scanner in almost every respect: Scans are clearer
(Minolta has like a veil over them) and show definitely less noise in the
shadow regions. Look especially at the "old train slide" which is the killer
slide for a scanner....

If I will decide to get a MF scanner (so muc money for a non- professional)
I will most likely go for the Nikon then... The Polaroid is cheaper, but no
ICE, unsecure future....

greetings Bernhard

----- Original Message -----
From: "david soderman" <scapes@wi.net>
To: <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2001 3:10 AM
Subject: filmscanners: Minolta Scan Multi Pro REVIEW???

> Thank you to Bernhard Ess and Victor Landweber for the URL on the Minolta
> review!
> Just thought you might be interested to know that you both know more than
> Minolta does!
> I called Minolta and spoke to a fellow in digital imaging.  He knew
> about any available reviews on the Scan Multi Pro.  Also, he said there is
> no available information re: estimated shipping on the units.


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