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[filmscanners] Re: What can you advise?

Now Howard, I was trying to be discrete here ;-)


hmsdoc@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated Thu, 26 Sep 2002 8:13:15 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
>artistic-1@shaw.ca writes:
>>I know of dozens of SS4000 and SS4000+ (and the Microtek equivalent)
>>scanner owners and I have only once had someone somewhat bemoan dust
>>problems, and this individual wants to have scans which show no defects,
>>even if these defects don't show on the print outs (last I
>>heard, he
>>still very much likes his SS4000+).
> Being that someone (I think), I just thought I would  mention that with the 
>PS 7 healing brush any residual dust removal has been quite simple for 
>me...granted all my slides are 'new' and don't have severe dust or scratch 
>problems...just ordinary everyday type light dust.  It is now very quick 
>because you don't have to be so obseeive about choosing your clone spot as 
>anything that is vaguely similar as a source for the healing brush will nicely 
>remove the dust and blend in seamlessly unless it happens to be on an edge or 
> Howard

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