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[filmscanners] Re: Making contact sheets on a flatbed scanner





Charles Stirling wrote:

> ** Reply to note from filmscanners@halftone.co.uk Mon, 11 Mar 2002 11:46 
>+0000 (GMT)
>
> > I keep saying this : if some mfr would make a dedicated low-res
> > (600ppi) contact printing scanner, capable of 6 strips on 10x8, or 4 @3
> > 6x6 etc, they'd sell shedloads if the price was reasonable - say
> > $300US. Nobody needs wonderful quality contacts, just reasonable
> > colour and capable of 2x enlargement. David??! I'd buy one tomorrow!
>
> Just a thought.  Couldn't a standard cheap flatbed scanner work by
> taking out the light source and putting a light box on top of the negative
> sheets?
>
> Charles Stirling

This may be of interest if it hasn't come up before   :-)

http://www.abstractconcreteworks.com/essays/scanning/Backlighter.html

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