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[filmscanners] Re: Where can I actually *buy* an Nikon 8000ED?



On 2/22/02 10:49 AM, "Moreno Polloni" <mp@dccnet.com> wrote:

> You sure have a lot of opinions, but it doesn't sound like you've used any
> of the scanners you mention. You also go on to recommend the worst scanner
> of the bunch. Go figure.

Moreno,

I have used the SS120 and the 8000 extensively and my experience does not
reflect yours.  I had fewer issues with The SS120 than the 8000.  Using
Silverfast and IT8 calibration, the SS120 provided much more accurate color
rendition, sharp scans and no banding.  I did not like the film holders as
well but nothing is perfect.  Also the one that I had quit (powered down)
several times in the middle of scanning.  I really liked the ICE with the
Nikon and at the time the nikon people ASSURED me that the banding problem
was due to a fault in my particular unit so I sent the SS120 back and got
another 8000.  You know the rest of the story.  So your 'worst' scanner may
not be someone else's.

Lawrence


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