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[filmscanners] RE: 3 year wait

> I still ask the question, does the quality of the scanner
> hardware also have
> any significant effect, such as light path, lens, CCD, electronic
> suppression etc.  This question I raise as a result of comparing Flextight
> Photo scans with SS120 and Multi Pro, where I cannot see any difference in
> detail even under extreme enlargement in Photoshop and careful
> examination.
> Simon

It can also have something to do with film and developing...  Did you use a
tripod (not that you need to, but if you are doing critical testing like
this, you might want to consider it, with mirror pre-release etc.).

Of course the scanner hardware has a significant effect...but the scanners
you are comparing seem to be pretty decent scanners!


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