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[filmscanners] RE: What can you advise?

Hi Jack,

> You are correct, I am biased. However, if you've ever used Digital ICE,
> you'll never want to do without it. Look at the many commercial scanners
> (Kodak, Durst, Noritsu, Gretag, Agfa) that ALSO do not tend to emphasize
> dust and scratches that DO use Digital ICE. If you want the best results
> from any scanner you will want to use Digital ICE.

Well, I'd say if you want the best results from any scanner, simply keep
your work environment, film storage, scanner etc. free of dust.  For many
years before "Digital ICE" people made dust free images in both the darkroom
and with scanners.

IMO, "Digital ICE" is no substitute for sloppy work habits and a sloppy work
environment and bad film storage.


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