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[filmscanners] Misc Multi Pro/VueScan/16-bit stitching


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  • Subject: [filmscanners] Misc Multi Pro/VueScan/16-bit stitching
  • From: "M. Denis Hill" <denis@area360.com>
  • Date: Fri, 1 Mar 2002 19:35:14 -0800
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For those interested, I can report that the blue cast (reported by others
and observed my me, as well) obtained when scanning 24x65mm negs in the
Minolta Multi Pro multi-format holder seems to be eliminated using VueScan
instead of the Multi Pro utility. Alas, I had to move from WinME to Win2K in
order to establish this, as the Minolta is not visible to VueScan in WinME.

QUESTION FOR ED HAMRICK: I want to fashion a 35mm panoramic holder. Since
VueScan seems to "calibrate" the aperture of the film holder (I'm new to
VueScan, but that's my initial observation), can I fool it by opening up the
35mm filmstrip holder? Does VueScan ignore the holder information provided
by the notches on the holder (evidently the hardware "reads" holder identity
this way)? If VueScan does use this information, do you think I'll have luck
with a cut open film aperture and holder identification modified to match
the medium-format holder? I'd rather modify a $54 35mm filmstrip holder than
pop $275 for the accessory holder.

QUESTION FOR ANYONE: I also have a considerable library of 6x17 panoramic
negatives and transparencies. With the Minolta, I must stitch two (or three)
scans to get in an entire image. My experience with this is that Photoshop
won't let me use the move tool to combine 16-bit images. Am I doing
something wrong, or is there another way to combine images?

Thanks,

Denis

M. Denis Hill
Qualified Panoramic Photographer
Proud Member of the International Association of Panoramic Photographers
www.area360.com
"I have made this letter a rather long one, only because I didn't have the
leisure to make it shorter." Blaise Pascal (1623-1662)

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