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[filmscanners] Re: FS4000


  • To: lexa@www.lexa.ru
  • Subject: [filmscanners] Re: FS4000
  • From: "" <HMSDOC@aol.com>
  • Date: Sat, 28 Sep 2002 15:21:38 EDT
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Andre,  I have used the FS4000 until recently, and now have a Polaroid SS
4000+.  Unfortunately, I can't help you with the black and white film
question, as I have not scanned black and white on either machine.  I can,
however, tell you that I find the Polaroid to have a lot less noise in the
shadows...not that the FS4000 was bad, but there was enough difference to
easily tell which machine did the scanning.  I found both to have excellent
sharpness.  The Polaroid scans quite fast (I have it on a firewire card).  I
only used the FS4000 on a USB connection and it was extremely slow.  Overall,
I am glad to have gotten the Polaroid, but the FS4000 was certainly worth the
money, as it is significantly cheaper.

Howard




> Is the Canon FS4000 suffering from noisy shadows with all type of films or
> is this problem apparent only with slides ?
>
> How would the original Polaroid SS4000 compare with the Canon FS4000 for
> scanning b&w negative: silver halide and chromogenic C-41 process films ?
> Thanks,
> Andre
>

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