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[filmscanners] Re: Lab scans



Julie might want to consider using Kodak PhotoCD and Kodak Pro 
PhotoCD scans until she gets her scanner back. The PhotoCD scans go 
up to 2048 16-bit samples per inch (spi), which I find a stretch for 
an 8x12 print. But PhotoCD scans are certainly good enough to find 
the exposures worth working on. And they can be sent back for Pro 
PhotoCD scans at 4096 16-bit spi, which is more than needed for 8x12 
prints even after some cropping. I wish I could drive 30 minutes to 
my lab; I mail to them and they send the film and CD back to me by 
UPS.

Sam


>My Nikon Coolscan is being repaired. Meanwhile I've had a roll of 35mm
>scanned by a new lab I'm trying. When I enquired about the resolution of the
>scans, I was told good enough for a 12x8 inch print. When I got the scans
>back however they are 1024x1536 at 72dpi. So therefore I can only get 3.4x5
>inch print at 300dpi.
>
>I spoke to my lab, who say that it's possible to get a 12x8 print from their
>scan, scanned at base 4 using their 200,000 Noritsu printer. I can't see
>how this is possible. They say that they don't like to scan larger as I
>wouldn't be able to open their massive 18MB scans on my computer!
>
>Now I have a client that wants images retouched and printed. One option
>would be to retouch the scan and get it printed by the lab, as an
>experiment. However as the lab are a 30 min drive I don't want to waste my
>time!
>
>Thanks,
>
>Julie

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