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[filmscanners] RE: Film and Nikon D100 - my comparison shots


thanks for sharing these results. I fully agree with your comments about the
D100 resolution (or lack thereof), what surprises me slightly is your choice
of shooting slides rather than negatives for your "important" work. Slides
may be less grainy (although comparison here is not truly fair as you shot a
200ASA negative and a 100ASA slide), but negatives are *way* easier to scan
(at least for the 4000ED and scanners in the same league). No matter how
hard I tried, couldn't get the Provia crop to look as good as the Superia
YMMV, especially if you have access to drum scanners.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tomek Zakrzewski [mailto:tomzakrz@ka.onet.pl]
> Sent: mercoled 23 aprile 2003 20:44
> To: alessandro.pardi@inferentiadnm.com
> Subject: [filmscanners] Film and Nikon D100 - my comparison shots
> This isi a comparison I made for my own judgements. Below the 
> accompanying
> message I sent to dpreview.com  for discussion.
> Regards
> Tomek
> www.zakrzewski.art.pl
> ================================================================
> In order to have my own opinion on the film vs digital 
> discussion I made my
> own comparison.
> http://www.pbase.com/focal/d100_vs_scanned_film


> For landscape, for my personal work and for exhibition prints 
> slide film
> will still be my most used medium. Negative film is my choice 
> when I need
> nice durable prints without much hassle (my family pictures) 
> and when I need
> exposure latitude.


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