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[filmscanners] RE: Avoiding Newton rings

Really? Have you scanned the same slide in an anti-Newton glass mount and in
a conventional mount and compared them? I can easily see the difference on
my LS-2000, which is only 2700dpi.


Ciao,               Paul D. DeRocco
Paul                mailto:pderocco@ix.netcom.com

> From: Anthony Atkielski
> Or you can simply make the texture of the anti-newton glass finer than the
> resolving power of the scanner, in which case it becomes
> invisible.  I think
> that is what Nikon does, as I've never seen any trace of artifact from the
> anti-newton glass.  It's hard to recognize it as anti-newton glass,
> anyway--it's not like it is thickly frosted or anything, only
> slightly matte
> in appearance compared to the normal glass.

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