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[filmscanners] RE: My best scanner/film combinations


> > Is this a common problem, i.e., losing the shadows, when
> scanning slides?
> I
> > have been planning on going exactly this route - shoot slides and scan
> when
> > I want prints.
> Yes, but it depends on the density of the slides and the dynamic range of
> the scanner.

Depending on the manufacturer, and/or who you may talk to, they may call it
dynamic range, but it's really the overall density range the scanner
supports that is critical to scan film that has a higher density range...of


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