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[filmscanners] Re: GRAIN/ICE SHOWDOWN: Nikon LS8000vs.MinoltaScanMulti Pro!



No such luck, Dickbo.

Apparently, your wet darkroom experience hasn't including working with
different lighting sources and you aren't familiar with these phenomena.

Having worked with drum scanners, I'm a bit surprised you are unaware of
some of the aspects of light transmission.

By the way, during the Vietnam war, people like myself were referred to
an "trying to destroy this (the US) country", I wore that one as a badge
  as well.  Warning people about product defects is what makes better
products, not worse ones.

Art

dickbo wrote:

> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Bob Frost" <bob@frost.name>
> To: <dickbo@btopenworld.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, April 10, 2002 11:05 AM
> Subject: [filmscanners] Re: GRAIN/ICE SHOWDOWN: Nikon LS8000
> vs.MinoltaScanMulti Pro!
>
>
> Can someone explain to me how a scanner can diminish things on or in the
> film such as scratches and dirt, etc, without diminishing the things in the
> film that we wish to keep such as grains of dyes. Unless you resort to
> wizardry such as ICE, I can't see how the scanner can distinguish between
> the two.
>
> Quite so sir and well said.....are we about to enjoy a period where common
> sense rules OK and the product destroyer takes a powder.
>
> I do hope so.
>
>


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