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[filmscanners] RE: comments on using NikonScan/PC

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  • Subject: [filmscanners] RE: comments on using NikonScan/PC
  • From: "Nagaraj, Ramesh" <Ramesh.Nagaraj@ca.com>
  • Date: Fri, 4 Apr 2003 14:49:36 -0500
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>From: Arthur Entlich [mailto:artistic-1@shaw.ca]

>I wonder if your processor is leaving a bit too much silver in the
>final film after processing.  In theory, there should be very little to

May be due to lab. I have 8 rolls, all developed in same lab. 
4 of them as Kodak and 4 are Fuji.

>I think the IR channel can be made visible with Vuescan (maybe Nikon
>also offers this).  I would take a good look at it.  With the above
>mentioned films, the IR image should almost be nonexistent, except for
>where there is dust, finger prints, scratches or other surface or film
>base defect.  If you are seeing a very distinct image in the IR channel,
>either your scanner is not "tuned" to the proper IR frequencies, or your
>film has way too much silver still residing in it after processing.

I will look in to IR output on vuescan.

Thanks for education.


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