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[filmscanners] Re: Scanner & printer



Look at it, but don't necessarily buy it ;-)

The Minolta Multi Pro has received overall good reviews, but it does
suffer from the same problems all the Minolta recent scanners seem to...
exaggerated grain, dust and scratches and somewhat less effective IR
clean up.

But ultimately "Ops" is right you need to look at all options and see
which best fits your needs and pocket change.

Art

Op's wrote:

> Have a look at the Minolta Scan Multi Pro
>
> rm
>
> admin wrote:
>
>
>>Hi y'all,
>>
>>I'll be spending a lot of money for a new scanner. I'll be scanning color
>>and B&W negatives, 35mm and 6x7. They'll be used for my website and to print
>>on a printer.
>>
>>My choice has come down to the Nikon Coolscan 8000 ED and the Polaroid
>>SprintScan 120.
>>Since I'm starting with film scanning for the first time, I want to know if
>>the Nikon is worth the extra money. Am I missing a scanner according to you.
>>
>>Which printer should I could consider if I want to print al least A3?
>>
>>Tx
>>
>>Derrick
>>
>>
>
>
>


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