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[filmscanners] Re: Film types and scanning



Austin - I think your hi-res 35mm scanner is what gives you a different
perspective on grain.  It does seem the 2700dpi is the "sweet spot" - well,
the opposite of the sweet spot, so maybe a sour spot - for scanning.  It
seems to bring out the worst in grain / aliasing on normal films.  Not much
we owners of older Nikons and similar can do about it, except talk
endlessly, choose our films more carefully, and engage in unsavoury
post-scanning processing practices.

Julian

Austin wrote:
> > probably
> > Austin has a 4000dpi scanner
>
>5080 for 35mm and 2540 for MF and 1200 for LF.

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