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[filmscanners] Re: MF on flatbed



For medium format I have been using an Epson 1640 and the resolution (1600 ppi) 
is not
ideal.  The 2450 would be much better from the standpoint of resolution.  
However, I get a
rather objectionable degree of noise and some posterization when scanning thick 
negatives
and slightly underexposed transparencies.  The posterization is more prevalent 
with the
transparency scans.  Is anyone who is using the 2450 experiencing this problem?

Jim Sims

Godfrey DiGiorgi wrote:

> I have tried many different times to do negs on various flatbed scanners
> without a transparency unit and none of them made satisfactory scans.
>
> On the other hand, the Epson 2450 Photo scanner does a super job with 2400
> ppi scans of up to 4x9 inch transparency/negatives. Well worth the money.
>
> Godfrey
>
> On Saturday, February 16, 2002, at 05:05  PM, Ken Durling wrote:
>
> > Does anyone have any experience scanning Medium Format (6x6) negs or
> > slides on a flatbed?  I don't have a transparency adapter, but someone
> > mentioned something like a "light tent?"  This is new to me, so I
> > thought I'd ask.  I have an HP Scanjet 5200C.   Is there any hope?
>

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