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[filmscanners] Re: MF scanners



I haven't used either MF scanner in discussion, but I seem to recall
that Polaroid is working on a new holder for their MF scanner. However,
there might also be another consideration...  Nikon scanners require a
flatter image to remain sharp throughout the scanned image due to a more
limited depth of field, so they might have a better film holder because
they HAVE to ??

Art

Mike.Rott@urz.uni-heidelberg.de wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I am interested in getting a medium format scanner and had pretty much decided
> on the polaroid 120. However, talking with the digital expert and a nearby
> camera shop who has experience with the polaroid, nikon and minolta, he
> recommended the nikon. The reason being the that the nikon film holders hold 
>the
> film flatter then the polaroid holders, giving better sharpness across the
> frame. He also mentioned that there was some talk about a redesigned film 
>holder
> for the polaroid that would solve this problem. Checking on the net, I have 
>not
> heard of this problem with the polaroid 120. Has anyon had problems with film
> flatness with the polaroid 120 or know anything about new holders?
>
> thanks,
>
>
> Mike
>


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