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[filmscanners] RE: New price on Flextight Photo in UK

> Austin Franklin wrote:
> >
> > > I think you have done a good conclusion here. If you go back in
> > > the mailing
> > > list you found what I have been written about  film flatness
> problems .
> I
> > > did last summer a test with my own 3 scanners LS2000. LS4000 and
> Polaroid
> > > 35+ against Imacon Photo.
> > > None of them could match the Imacon scanner in sharpness and Dmax.
> >
> > How do you know that any of the scanners weren't doing some
> sharpening on
> > their own?  I'm asking if you confirmed that they weren't...  I would
> > specifically suspect the Imacon did some sharpening...I don't know about
> the
> > others.
> Austin
> All sharpening was off, we double checked it to ensure an even test.  We
> also turned it on to see the difference and, to be honest, the
> Flextight was
> as sharp with sharpening turned off as the other two were with it
> turned on.
> Turning sharpening on in the Flextight did produce absolutely stunning
> scans, the best I have seen I think.
> I have sent an email to Imacon to check that there is no hardware
> sharpening
> being done without the being aware of it.

Hi Simon,

How do you know sharpening was off?  See Moreno's post...point is, it's not
so easy to know what the hardware is actually doing!



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