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[filmscanners] Re: filmscanner for business use



Thomas,

Good point.  I have an older version of Vuescan, but I've been using
NikonScan because it seems to do a better job with dust and scratch removal.
I also love the full roll preview window.  It saves time for rotating.  But
saving time is of no use if it uses more time due to crashes.  My timing
tests indicate Vuescan is also faster.  I'll update my version and give it a
try.  Thanks for the advice.

Bob Kehl

----- Original Message -----
From: "ThomasH" <herthh@attbi.com>
To: <bobkehl@kvernkehl.com>
Sent: Sunday, March 10, 2002 7:13 PM
Subject: [filmscanners] Re: filmscanner for business use


bobkehl@kvernkehl.com wrote:
>
> Hi Steve,
>
> I use a Nikon 4000ED with a roll film adapter to scan full rolls.  It's
> almost great.  The hardware IS great, but the software is so buggy it
seldom
> finishes a complete roll before it crashes.  It usually scans 6-12 neg's
and

Bob,

I have the SA-30 as well and I have my roll scans done without a
problem using Vuescan! Get it, especially the color rendition is
almost always right on the spot, NikonScan handles fine only a
small number of cases.

A bit hassle is the adjustement of the film offset for the 1st frame,
but once set, the Vuescan autocrop makes a wonderful job in contrast
to the permanent failure of NikonScan to position the frames exact
the same position.

Thomas.

> then closes down the program.  I simply reopen the program and start
> scanning where I left off.  It DOES run semi-unattended.  If the software
> didn't crash, it would be hassle-free.  It takes about 2-3 hours to scan a
> full roll, at 4000dpi with digital ice enabled, on my dual xeon-450
> workstation.  Lower resolutions are much faster. Hope this helps
>
> Bob Kehl
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "stephen.hudson" <stephen.hudson@ntlworld.com>
> To: <bobkehl@kvernkehl.com>
> Sent: Friday, March 08, 2002 7:21 AM
> Subject: [filmscanners] filmscanner for business use
>
> Hi
> I run a Kodak Express minilab and lately am getting more business
requiring
> the burning of complete rolls of 35mm and APS film to CD. Currently I am
> doing about 1 roll per day which I have to send to Kodak for processing.
I'd
> much rather do this in house and would be glad of any advice on which
> scanner to buy to scan rolls of film, strips of film and slides, budget is
> up to 2,000. I already have a CD burner on the PC.
>
> Thanks
> Steve Hudson

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