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[filmscanners] Re: The"Pepper Grain" problem.



Do you think this is due to the usual high temperature processing of color
films, analogous to pin holing in black and white that gets processed too
hot?

Ted Gosfield
ogeiii@icehouse.net
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[...]I
attribute the 'pepper grain' to microscopic bubbles in the
scratch-resistant layer which protects the emulsion. I also have seen
the 'pepper grain' effect on every brand of film I have examined, not
just Fuji, and in both slides and negatives.

Regards,
Roger Smith



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