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Re: filmscanners: SCSI vs USB scan speed - Kodak RFS3600



I noticed when I switched from an HP S-10 (Photosmart) scanner using 
SCSI to the S-20 USB version, the differences were slight,.  Using the 
same computer configuration, the USB was about 1/3rd slower.  But in 
fairness, I had to install a USB PCI slot card on that computer, which 
was a Pentium 1 running at 100MHz.

Art

Bob Shomler wrote:

> Scan rate statistic in Bruce Fraser's CreativePro review of the RFS 3600 film 
>scanner:
> 
>   Scanning a full frame at maximum resolution takes a little shy of three 
>   minutes through SCSI, as opposed to about a quarter of an hour via USB.
> 
> Article at
>   www.creativepro.com/story/feature/14922.html
> 
> I've read that transfer rates are slower for USB vs SCSI, but by 5X?  Is this 
>representative of other scanners scan times?
> 
> 
> --
> Bob Shomler
> http://www.shomler.com/gallery.htm
> 
> .
> 
> 






 




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