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[filmscanners] Re: Epson Perfection 3200 vs dedicatedfilmscanners



Here are some scans I did on the 3200:

http://www.sclamb.com/scancomp/Church.jpg  (Velvia slide 6X6)
http://www.sclamb.com/scancomp/Glen%20Portra.jpg  (Portra neg 6X6)
http://www.sclamb.com/scancomp/Messy.jpg  (Provia 100F 35mm)
http://www.sclamb.com/scancomp/full3200.jpg  (100% crop from a 35mm slide)

Not bad for 330!

Simon

On 2/4/03 19:11, "Andre" <am1000@videotron.ca> wrote:

> I have used the Epson 3200 scanner for the past three weeks now and have
> made some surprising scans from 35mm negatives but it is not consistent. I
> get more consistent results with mf negatives. And scans from this scanner
> do need a lot a sharpening to be usable.
> 
> I have not compared to a dedicated film scanner and I probably would be
> disappointed with the Epson 3200 if I did. Anyway, its all relative. But for
> its price levels, I dont think there's another scanner that can do better.
> Cheers,
> Andre
> 
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> 
> Unfortunately, they don't seem to have a copy of the review on their website
> (www.totaldp.com).  It certainly sounds like a cracking scanner but, like
> you, I would be surprised if it really can take on the dedicated scanners.
> Surely someone on the list must have tried it!
> 
> Al Bond



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