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RE: filmscanners: Nikonscan and dual processors
This is a very unpopular point of view, but my thoughts exactly. I try, I
upgrade, I mess around for a while finding out what has changed, I lose a
scan or two due to overwriting or wrong settings, I do a "perfect" scan and
find it is no better than I get from Nikonscan with much less effort and
time. I go back to Nikonscan...
Like you I reserve it for an alternative approach in rare cases and
sometimes on these occasions it is excellent. I do like Ed's version of
ROC that is useful since I don't have it otherwise.
At 16:03 22/11/01, Jawed wrote:
>So, nowadays I reserve Vuescan for occasional use to give me an alternative
>point of view on a "difficult" image. This happens once in, erm, a few
>hundred images. I have a shot of the moon which it rescued - terrible
>picture but of academic interest.
>I'm disappointed with Vuescan. Sometimes I give my opinion a reality check
>(e.g. with an upgrade of Vuescan) but I just can't get results I like.
>I think Vuescan is for the forensic photographers. I like that concept.