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[filmscanners] Re: Cleaning LS2000 optic?



The mirror is a top coat type like a camera's which does scratch easily with 
this in mine
what ever you clean it with should be soft. camera lens tissues is what I've 
used without
scratches.

Thats all the service agents do

rob

Shunith Dutt wrote:

> There was reference by someone here... ages ago... with regard to cleaning a
> Nikon 4000ED. I posted a question as to how it was done and never got a
> reply... so, just in case someone here knows the feasibility of cleaning
> that particular scanner... would appreciate a feedback.... (it's a major
> hassle for me to send it to a Nikon service centre as there's none where i
> live....)
>
> Thanks....
>
> SD
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Op's" <martin@wollongong.apana.org.au>
> To: <shunith@vsnl.com>
> Sent: Saturday, March 02, 2002 7:05 PM
> Subject: [filmscanners] Re: Cleaning LS2000 optic?
>
> Sounds its most likely a dirty mirror which needs cleaning which is what
> happened to mine. I have cleaned mine which resolved the problem. Heaps of
> dust collects on and in the scanner if you like it or not.
>
> rob
>
> Arthur Entlich wrote:
>
> > When you use the term "flare" do you mean that light areas near dark
> > ones tend to be washed out around the edges, almost like a soft focus
> > halo around the very brightest areas?
> >
> > If so, you've brought up an issue that has been discussed before in this
> > group and the other scanner group without resolution.
> >
> > Since i never got a straight answer for the other people who discussed
> > this (and I don't own an LS2000), I was wondering if this problem is
> > relatively new, if it manifested over time, or if it was there since new?
> >
> > I have a suspicion, like you, that it is due to dirt or oils that got
> > deposited on some of the optics causing this blooming, but others are
> > suggesting it is an inherent CCD design issue.
> >
> > I can't answer how involved a cleaning is, but I would be interested if
> > you can tell me if this problem is one which has developed over time.
> >
> > Art
> >
> > Joe B. wrote:
> >
> > > I am passing my LS2000 on to my daughter but i want it to be in good
> order before I do so, and I've noticed it flares visibly with some scans- I
> assume the lens needs cleaning. Can anyone tell me anything about this- is
> it straightforward? Is it as simple as removing the cover and there the lens
> is in front of you, visible and accessible? TIA for any info.
> > >
> > > Joe B.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> >
>
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