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

It might have been done in the software then.  The implication was that
the reason scans using dICE tended to look softer was that some type of
sharpening that normally was applied to the scan wasn't when dICE was

Couldn't there be some type of electronic filter used post scan that
could alter the sharpness?


Major A wrote:

>>Now, due to a possible "slip of the keyboard" by someone on this list,
>>there was an implication made that at least older Nikon scanners (prior
>>to the last generation) might have used an electronic sharpening method
>>in certain modes.
> Having the interface specs for a few Nikon Coolscan models, I strongly
> doubt this. These scanners are totally dumb and have insufficient
> buffers to store multiple lines at the time, which would be required
> for sharpening.
>   Andras

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