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Re: filmscanners: Canon 4000 scanner VS Nikon LS4000 >Mikael
Mikael - thanks for this useful info. It is interesting that the different
generations of scanners have the same depth of field although they have
totally different optics. Means that Nikon must be holding a firm line
against other constraints (such as LED brightness).
At 20:14 19/11/01, you wrote:
>Its the same problem with my 2 scanners ls2000 and Ls 4000 regarding
>sharpness/ dept of field problem.
>If you are pleased with your Ls2000 stay with it and wait and se what's
>coming. The difference between LS2000 and a extrapol. picture from 2700ppi
>up to 4000 ppi and real 4000 ppi from Ls 4000 are not huge. In fact I have
>done some test pictures and asked other photographers which one are a
>2700ppi picture from the beginning. No one could se and tell for sure the
>difference from the 2 scanners, Fuji 100ISO slide film and 30 x 40 cm
>copies . The noice is lower and colors are better in LS4000 than LS2000.