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[filmscanners] Re: The"Pepper Grain" problem

I'm assured this is just some sort of statistical abnormality, and not a
trend. ;-)


Austin Franklin wrote:

> Art,
>>Slides have
>>certain advantages over negatives, even if the only one were that one
>>can look at the film and see the image shot rather than an inversion
>>with an orange mask; that alone is advantage enough for some of us.
>>As we move more exclusively to the digital darkroom, where slide film
>>has become an economic alternative to negative films as a intermediary
>>toward prints or electronic imaging, the above mentioned advantage of
>>slide film compounded with some of the technical merits of negative film
>>for scanning purposes would make a great film option, as far as I am
> We very much agree on that.  Amazing ;-)
> Regards,
> Austin

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