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

Subject: [filmscanners] RE: Film and Nikon D100 - my comparison shots
Date: Thu, Apr 24, 2003 at 10:51:41AM +0200
Quoting Alessandro Pardi:
> 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
> crop.
> YMMV, especially if you have access to drum scanners.

So far the film scans that I tried where vastly inferior to my slide scans
(both consumer grade fuji material) in a Canon FS4000.

It's in the shop now because of the noise, I'll try scanning some portra
when it comes back, maybe that is better.

Andreas Siegert

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