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[filmscanners] Re: LS 2000 running slow



Gregg,

I'm using a 2000 on a B&W 350 with a SCSI card and my times are under
2 minutes. Yes, the bottleneck is USB. It is much slower than SCSI.
You can pick up an Adaptec 2930U PCI SCSI card for around $60 and
others for under $100. Check the specs to make sure they have or will
have OS X drivers available.

Bill

>  >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
>>appreciated.
>>
>>Thanks,
>  >Gregg

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