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[filmscanners] Re: Nikon Coolscan 4000 ED

Hi Jim,

I think your circumstances demand dICE, no question about it!

In fact, dICE was invented with you in mind ;-)

I think you will admit that your situation is more an exception than
rule, but I could not come up with a valid argument against the logic of
your considerations.  Get a model with dICE, and I'm sure you'll have no
problem selling that SS4000 (unless, of course, its had the same
handling as your film ;-( )


Jim Christensen wrote:

> Wow what a response!
> First, let me say that the SS-4000 is a wonderful scanner, and it has
> performed flawlessly
> for me.  The real problem that I have has is many of my slides are
> processed on dive
> boats, where water contamination, dirt, scratches, sludge, fingerprints,
> etc., are imbedded
> into the emulsion.  After seeing what the Digital Ice had done with one
> of my slides,
> I was convinced.  The slide in question had water marks, scuffs, dirt,
> and contamination
> in it, and after many hours retouching I had given up as it being
> unrepairable.  I had a friend
> scan it with digital ice, and the output came out almost perfect.  I
> could have used it with
> no retouching.  Needless to say I was both amazed and convinced.
> I have found that when using my SS-4000, almost every scan needs a
> little work for dust,
> or specks, and would like to reduce the retouching time.
> I have noticed that the Image that was scanned with Digital Ice does
> make the picture a
> little softer, but again that picture was in terrible shape.
> Jim Christensen

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