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[filmscanners] Good scanner for B&W



Because at this point I can't afford a scanner to scan 4x5 sheet film, I am
looking into going to a service bureau and getting some sheets scanned. Most
places here in the US (Houston, TX.) offer high-end CCD film scanners, which
are geared towards color (duh...) and I would like some advice as to what to
look for to get the best B&W scans. I have been told drum scanners are the
only option that makes a real difference. Is this true? They seem to be
practically non-existent, and the 2 places I talked to are _very_ expensive.
That being the case, amongst good CCD scanners, are there particular ones
that convert to B&W significantly better? Spring for the primo drum scans?

Thanks.

-Joe

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