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[filmscanners] RE: glass film holders (was Panoramic neg support on Minolta SMP withVs)



As I write this, I'm doing a 4800 dpi scan of an E100S 24x65mm transparency
(Noblex) using the Minolta software, no ICE, no GEM, in the glass
medium-format holder, using the Multi Format 35mm setting. I'll post a slice
of the image on my website for examination by anyone interested in (not
observed by me so far) Newton Rings and other qualities of a raw scan from
the Multi Pro. I've done less than half-a-dozen scans with it, so this
sample may not represent the best the unit will do. I guarantee it will be
dusty.

I'm waiting for Ed's answer to my query about using VueScan and a modified
35mm filmstrip holder. What I propose to do is remove one frame divider, in
the middle, and file notches in the bottom to replicate those on the
medium-format holder. I don't doubt that it will work with the Minolta
software, but wonder about VueScan. Since the filmstrip holders are only $54
and glassless, this will be worthwhile if it works. Maybe I'll go so far as
to move the divider to the correct position rather than just removing it.

Denis

M. Denis Hill
Qualified Panoramic Photographer
Proud Member of the International Association of Panoramic Photographers
www.area360.com
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-----Original Message-----
From: filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk
[mailto:filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk]On Behalf Of DRP
Sent: Tuesday, March 05, 2002 6:59 AM
To: denis@area360.com
Subject: [filmscanners] glass film holders (was Panoramic neg support on
Minolta SMP withVs)


le 5/03/02 7:00, ts_scanning@holman.cix.co.uk  ts_scanning@holman.cix.co.uk
a crit:

> You'll need to use the glass Medium Format film holder
> to do this.  You can actually scan up to 38mm x 83mm at
> 4800 dpi.

Hi all.

For me, glass holder = more dust, less def, Newton rings and time loss.

Any user comments?
Shall we really need these glass holders for scanning 24x65 at max def?

Thanks and best regards.

Didier (Paris)




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