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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!

Regards,

Austin

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