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




> Although I agree that hardware sharpening, or even non-disclosed
> software sharpening, is problematic in testing for non-sharpened images
> in analyzing sharpness, I question the value of looking at a
> non-sharpened image in terms of determining which scanner has higher
> resolution,

Hi Art,

We weren't talking about resolution, but sharpness...as the statement was:

"None of them could match the Imacon scanner in sharpness..."

Though I don't believe what you said above was relevant to the issue being
discussed, your point is correct.  Sharpening won't increase resolution,
just sharpness ;-)

Regards,

Austin

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