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

I use Nikon scan all the time and I use Windows. The earlier NS did have an
awful interface, but the current one is very user friendly.
And the end product is excellent scans from pos and neg, in fact far
superior to Vuescan which I have stopped using due to its erratic colour
correction (I mean green skin tones for one)
On top of that NS just keeps on going even on a full day scanning section
John Bradbury

Anthony Atkielski writes:

The conflict between the Nikon Scan interface and that of Windows generally
is obvious even to the novice, and indeed, someone who has used only Windows
interfaces is probably the most likely to be disoriented by Nikon's
departure from the norm.  It's time-consuming figure out how to make rollers
and drawers work in this program, when these inteface widgets are not used
by any other Windows software.

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