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[filmscanners] Re: Question for 2450 owners

Using the holders, 12 35mm negatives in one pass, or four slides. Of
course, they'd all be done at the same settings and would be mostly

I always scan one frame at a time.


On Sunday, March 10, 2002, at 08:53  PM, Clive Moss wrote:

> How many 35mm slides can be scanned in one pass? I remember a reference
> that
> implied it could do 36 at a time!
> --
> Clive Moss
> ----- Original Message -----
> The 2450 comes with three film holders. One handles 120 formats (up to 6x9
> format, in film strips) and 4x5. The second handles mounted 35mm slides
> (2x2" mounts). The third handles 35mm negs or transparencies up to two
> strips of 6 frames in length.

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