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[filmscanners] Re: Colour fringing



Aha and thanks - a rational explanation. I usually scan negatives,
occasionally old slides, and never prints. I have only seen the
fringing on slides. My machine is old (an S10), but I do not intend to
upgrade until a significantly faster scanner appears. The S10 is good
enough for my non-critical needs. See
http://clive.moss.net/ProvenceHome.htm
for a collection that was all scnned on the S10 using Vuescan and batch
fixed with ThumbsPlus -- I was too lazt too hand tweak all the images!
--
clive moss

--- Arthur Entlich <artistic-1@shaw.ca> wrote:
> The reason this process is supposed to fix it is that the top and
> bottom
> portions of the scanner mechanism get out of synch and this process
> (including the cycling through the setting) realigns them.

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