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Re: filmscanners: Canon 4000 ppi film scanner

In fairness to the SS4000, it is not without a dust and scratch
correction system.  It does not have an infrared detection system, but
it does have two other features.

It has a lighting source which tends to minimize surface defects (I 
can't comment on how it is with the Canon FS4000, but many have pointed 
out that the Nikon scanners (and the Minolta Dual II, which I own) tends 
to emphasize these defects.  Secondly, the SS4000 has dust and scratch
reduction software in Insight which can be activated if needed.


tom wrote:

 >>I'm still at this junction struggling between choosing SS4000 or
 >>FS4000, although for about 90% settled for SS4000.
 > I do not want to say that FS4000 is better choice
 > but IMO scanner without infrared channel is just a mistake. You will 
 > hours
 > on dust and scratches removing.
 > Tom


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