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[filmscanners] Re: Avoiding Newton rings

  • To: lexa@lexa.ru
  • Subject: [filmscanners] Re: Avoiding Newton rings
  • From: "" <tim@KairosPhoto.com>
  • Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2002 15:10:31 -0600
  • Content-language: en
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> I'm unfamiliar with anti-newton ring plastic.  How thick is it?
> Is it
> flexible?  How do you avoid scratches and static?
> Art

Correct - I'm scanning my 8x10's at 1200 or 1600 ppi

the anti newton sheets are a bit over 8x10 and are like a textured
sheet of mylar. They come in packs of one hundered - so when they get
scratched I dump em! (They are designed for drum scanning instead of
fluid - tape the original to the sheet then that goes on the scanner,
dump it when you're finished)

I just leave one on my flatbed and put the film on top of it when I'm
scanning a batch. Suprisingly (and I'm in a dry climate) I don't seem
to suffer too much from static with them.

I'll have to try and find the info - I think it's made/sold by
Mediastreet and is about $20 for a hundred or fifty or soemthing


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