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[filmscanners] Re: 35mm scanners

>> can someone recommend a good 35mm film scanner in the $1000 price range?
>> prosumer scanners seem to have come down in price over the past few years
>> and i'm not sure what specs i need for quality scanning.  thanks.
> I've been very happy with my Canon FS4000US. 4000 dpi. Up to six
> negatives or unmounted slides. Up to four mounted slides. 14-bit color.
> IR dust/scratch removal (called FARE by Canon). USB or SCSI
> interconnect.

is there any reason to choose the nikon 4000 over the canon 4000?  the
nikon is more expensive, but includes a firewire connection.  the canon usb
connection is only 1.1 i think, not the faster 2.0 (i could be wrong about

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