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filmscanners: LS 4000 depth of field issue - what about LS 30/LS 2000?

Hi everybody,

after reading all that stuff as to the LS 4000 DOF issue, I'd be
interested in learning what the LS 30 and LS 2000 owners have
experienced in that respect. I have a LS 30 with which I have never run
across DOF problems - however, I don't use the motor driven film strip
feeder but the tiny metal/plastic film strip holder. If I had to buy a
new unit tomorrow, I would, in evaluation of what was written here, most
likely go for the LS 2000 or even the LS 30 again rather than pick the
newer models that seem problematic in that respect.

BTW, *if* there is a difference between LS-30/2000 and LS-40/4000 as to
DOF there must be a reason for it. The newer units are said to be
equipped with different optical elements (such as new lenses). Can that
possibly be a key to that change in depth of field?

Thoughts anyone?

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