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[filmscanners] RE: 3 year wait



> At 4000 dpi you are at the edge of film resolution. You get absolutely
> nothing more by scanning at 8000 dpi for example. If you want to print a
> large image just do the resampling in photoshop instead of burdening your
> scanner. Anything higher than 4000 dpi is just marketing hype.

Constantine,

SOME film resolutions, yes, but not all.  That's a mischaracterization to
say it's marketing hype.  I have both 4000 SPI and 5080 SPI scanners, and
for some films, I do get a lot more with the 5080 scanner, and the film
still has some more to give.

"resampling" degrades the image.  You get FAR better results using a higher
resolution scan, providing there is more to get from the film.

Austin

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