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

I don't mean to sound thick, but your posting is too cryptic for me to
understand how in any way it discredits what I have said (and I even
went to the website you site... which just repeats what you wrote below...)

Can you please expand on this further so my thick head can understand
your fine lines ;-)


Op's wrote:

> Art
> You have it wrong    -  re banding  ( its not  - they are fine lines )

When you write "its not -"  what is "its" referring to, please?

The lines I have seen in samples with banding could indeed be called
fine lines, and also could be as a result of the tri-line CCD sensor
only having one line calibrated, which is what I am suggesting is the
cause of the banding, as it was explained to me.

I believe I also stated that switching to Extra Fine scan mode would
eliminate the lines and increase scan times.  Again from my
understanding of the Nikon LS-8000, this is because the Extra fine mode
only uses one of the tri-line sensors lines, the calibrated one, which
also explains why the scan time is increased.

> http://www.maxwell.com.au/support/faq/ls8000/11414_ls8000_jw.html
> Question. Sometimes I get very fine lines in my final scan. Is there a way to 
>minimise this?
> Answer Yes. In Tool Palette>Scanner Extras tick the check box beside Extra 
>Fine Scan Mode.
> This
> will remove the fine lines but overall the scan time will be longer.
> Now you have it from the horses mouth  ;-)
> Rob

I know Maxwell's Silver Hammer, but not his horse or his horse's mouth. ;-)



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