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[filmscanners] LS 2000 running slow

  • To: lexa@www.lexa.ru
  • Subject: [filmscanners] LS 2000 running slow
  • From: "Gregg Mastorakos" <lightpainter@cox.net>
  • Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 16:49:56 -0700
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I just purchased a used LS 2000.  I scanned at 2700dpi, 12 bit, multi
sample, with no corrections or Ice and my scan time was about 23 minutes
using Nikon v3.1.2.   I have a G4 450 dual and am using a usb converter for
the SCSI connection with the scanner, I'm assuming that is the bottle neck
(could usb be that slow?).  What are real world scan times for 35mm slides?
with or without SCSI and or ICE? Any other helpful hits would be


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