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[filmscanners] Re: LS-8000ED examples

"Anthony Atkielski" <anthony@atkielski.com> wrote:
The scan was performed with the Nikon glass MF strip holder, 14-bit mode, 4x
sampling, dICE turned on, GEM and ROC off, superfine scan (1 CCD) off, auto
focus and exposure, no other adjustments from defaults.

How long did that take for the scan?

Presumably 1x sampling, not superfine (i.e. using all 3 CCDs) would be
faster? How much faster, and how much worse?

>>  http://www.smallevents.com/mousebefore.tif

Hmm. From French culture to American kitsch. How far the great have

Getting the original close to your result requires a major change to the
blue channel. Moving from consumer digital to scanned film, I've been quite
surprised at the radical color adjustments that are required. I suppose
that's unavoidable?

David J. Littleboy
Tokyo, Japan

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