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[filmscanners] Re: OT: Film Recorders



There is a big difference between screen resolution  of 1200x 800 and having a 
4000x2700
pixel slide from a 4k film printer (or 8200x5500 pixels off an 8k one).  The 
earlier Film
printers were not much with there small tubes (The current Polaroids have 7" 
tubes)

Compared to the screen the film printer has pixel overlap which tends to blend 
the pixels
when making a slide. But even 8K is more than 35mm film resolution.

Rob


Barbara Nitz wrote:

> >If you are on a budget, and willing to experiment, and suffer the quality
> >consequenses, you can photograph your screen.
>
> I have recently seen a slide show where scanned slides were digitally
> manipulated, then photographed from screen. I don't know what the screen
> resolution was.
>
> When only re-photographed slides were shown, the poor quality was not too
> noticeable on a 3x4m screen. But then an original slide was shown right next
> to a digitally manipulated and rephotographed one - the quality was awful in
> comparison!
>
> I have also heard from a friend who scanned a rather old show and then
> output it to a 4000 line Agfa film recorder that that was a smash success.
>
> Regards, Barbara Nitz
>

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