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[filmscanners] Re: Supra for scanning?



Hi Les,

I haven't used it.  I do recall some displeasure expressed over this
film some time back by people who were scanning it.  Whether the success
depends upon the operator, the film speed and grain size, or even the
scanner in question (lighting source, optics, or resolution (DPI/LPI)) I
don't now.

This film hasn't come up in discussion recently to my recollection, and
some here might have personal experience to relay, but in case the
archives are incomplete, my recollection is as stated above.

Art

Les Berkley wrote:

> Hello!
>
> On their site, and in their literature, Kodak extols the virtues of
> Supra for scanning. Does anyone have experience with this film? I like
> Fuji Superia a lot, but I do get some grain aliasing problems with the
> 400 ISO, and VueScan doesn't have a profile for it <g>!
>
> I will shoot a few rolls of Supra this week, but it helps to have
> others' comparisons with emulsions I may not have seen yet.
>
> And then there is always Provia, which I love, but I want to use negs on
> my next trip.
>
> Les
>


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