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[filmscanners] RE: Black and white scans on LS4000EDandotherissues

Hi Todd,

> but no light source is capable of giving a better print than the other, in
> and of, itself.

Except for that darned Callier effect...which makes point light sources more
susceptible to depth of focus, as well as dust, scratches etc.

> I had bought a cold light hoping to improve my condenser prints--It didn't
> work.

That's most interesting.  I found that I got much better tonality, and
simply better overall prints, from my D2 with a cold light...and I had both
one with a cold light, and one with a condenser head.  I stopped using the
condenser head because I got visibly (to me, and others BTW) better prints
from the cold light enlarger.

It's interesting as your experience is exactly the opposite from mine.  ALL
the fine art printers I know use cold light...as do all the high end labs I



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