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[filmscanners] Re: MF on flatbed



For serious results you need proper illumination as the manufacturers
"sometimes" provide.

There are some websites (don't know them offhand) that discuss use of
external lighting sources.

HP made a unit for 35mm slides to use with their flatbeds which
consisted of a triangular device with a diffuser and mirror in it to
direct the light back to through the slide.

Most people didn't like the results, but again there is a web site
(ditto on where it is) that shows you how to make one.

Use a good search engine and look up something like "slide film adapter
for flatbed" don't expect miracles in terms of the resultant image.

Art

Ken Durling wrote:

 > If this has been discussed, please excuse me, and feel free to point
 > me to an archived thread.
 >
 >  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?
 >
 >
 > Ken Durling
 >
 > Visit my new easier-to-browse PhotoSIG portfolio:
 > http://www.photosig.com/browse.php?id=photographer:203
 >
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