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[filmscanners] Re: [filmscanners_Digest] filmscanners Digest for Tue 16 Apr, 2002

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  • Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2002 20:02:54 -0400
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To Tomek:

I don't experience problems with Fuji Xtra 800 and an LS4000 scanner - see

"Faces on the T - Two Girls" at:


I'll note that I had to tweak the color in this a bit, since these were
fluorescent lights, but the Fuji 4th layer seems to make that easier if

for example.  I use Nikon Scan 3.1.0.

Although I have to say that Fuji 800 NPZ is much, MUCH better film.

To  Steve Woolfenden:

You are almost certainly using ICE when scanning Tri X.  ICE does not work
with B/W films, and Kodachrome, on all scanners that I know of.  I've tried
it, and got the same results.  Turn off ICE and you'll be fine, or try a C41
B/W film, like XP2 or TCN400.

Take a spin through the manual...(grin)



> Topic: LS-4000ED and Fuji Superia
> ============================
> Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2002 22:30:47 +0200
> From: "Tomek Zakrzewski" <tomzakrz@ka.onet.pl>
> ----------------------------------------
> At this address http://www.nagabyte.com/coolscan there is a test of Nikon
> LS-4000ED which says
> "Digital ICE badly messes up on Fuji Superia films"
> and there are samples pictures there which show change of image color when
> using ICE on Superia 800.
> Is this "incompatibility" still an issue?
> The test probably doesn't reflect recent updates in NikonScan software. I
> would be interested in your experiences (LS-4000ED, alternatively 8000ED
> users).
> Regards
> Tomek Zakrzewski

> -=-=-=-=-=-==-=-=-=-
> Topic: Tri-X on Nikon 4000
> =====================
> Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2002 18:29:48 +0200
> From: "Steve Woolfenden" <swoolf@global.co.za>
> ----------------------------------------
> I've just scanned a Tri-X neg on my Nikon 4000 and got a rather wierd
> unintentionally . I've not scanned much Tri-X before , but I've never seen
> this - its almost as if the pic has got a texture pattern laid over it . A
> bit like one of those painter effects......
> I did it twice with the same result and applied no tweaks whatsoever
> time. What the hell could it be??
> Steve
> -=-=-=-=-=-==-=-=-=-

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