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[filmscanners] Re: Colour fringing





Arthur Entlich wrote:

>
>
> Finally, HP offered me the "new" S-20, although the banding was gone, it
> had a number of other problems, and eventually it too went back to HP,
> and I ended up with A Minolta Dual II, a much better scanner, but still
> not without defects and problems.
>
> The problem is that the optics are just not good enough in that scanner.
>   It has a very complex optical path due to the "feature" of allowing it
> to scan both transmissive and reflective things (reflective at 300 dpi,
> which my today's standards is a bit of a joke).  There are so many
> moving objects in the scanner light/optical path (mirrors, etc) that I'm
> amazed it works at all.

Art

Do you mean that the Minolta has optical problems or was the above still  
referring to the
HP???

Rob


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