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[filmscanners] Re: Multipass scans



Jeff Newman wrote:
> My understanding is that the multipass is performed by resampling
> from the CCD and does not move the film after each pass. As least I
> don't notice my scanner moving the film when I use the feature
> (which I usually do). The scans I've produced using the feature are
> all sharp as a tack.

That understanding is correct for Nikon LS-2000, LS-4000 and LS-8000
scanners, but not for the LS-30. The LS-30 firmware does not provide
single-pass multi-scanning. Rob's question was about using Vuescan
software to make the LS-30 do multi-scanning by repeated passes.

Cheers
Peter Marquis-Kyle


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