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[filmscanners] Re: Color Misregistration (Especially PolaroidSprintscan 120)

The reason for this is simple, it does indeed over double the scan time
from 1:30 to 3:25 min.  The reason it seems less is because the dICE
process so slows the process (1:30 to 3:40) that the superfine mode
doesn't seem to make a big difference between the regular scan with dICE
and the super fine mode with dICE (3:40 to 4:30).  The dICE process goes
on in the background while the scanner is slowed down for the superfine
scan mode.

You also obviously have a quite fast computer based on these numbers.


David J. Littleboy wrote:

> "Anthony Atkielski" <anthony@atkielski.com> wrote:
> Multisampling buys very little, as the Nikon already sees pretty well into
> the shadows.  I usually leave it set at 4x.
> <<<<<<<<<<
> Yes. I see no difference between 1x and 16x (I've only tested it with one
> dark Provia slide, though), and leave it at 1x.
> The worst issue with the 8000 is banding, which is sometimes visible in very
> dark areas adjacent to very light areas.  You can eliminate it by switching
> to a "superfine" scan, which uses only one CCD line instead of all three,
> but the scan takes three times as long.
> <<<<<<<<<<<<<<
> Actually, it only takes slightly longer: 4:30 vs. 3:40 for 645. Here are the
> times I get:
> Acquire thumbnails: 20 seconds
> Acquire preview: 35 seconds
> Minimal 4000dpi 645 scan: 1 min 30 seconds. (No ICE, 1x, not fine mode, 8
> bits.)
> ICE scan: 3:40
> 4x scan: 3:55
> 16x, 14-bit scan: 13:50
> Super fine scan: 3:25
> ICE, super-fine, 1x scan: 4:30
> 14-bit scan: 1:30
> David J. Littleboy
> davidjl@gol.com
> Tokyo, Japan

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