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[filmscanners] RE: wet mount adaptor for LS-8000


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  • Subject: [filmscanners] RE: wet mount adaptor for LS-8000
  • From: "Nagaraj, Ramesh" <Ramesh.Nagaraj@ca.com>
  • Date: Tue, 14 Oct 2003 14:32:30 -0400
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Are these TIFF files?
How to open theM?

Thanks
Ramesh


-----Original Message-----
From: filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk
[mailto:filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk]On Behalf Of Jerry Hadam
Sent: Tuesday, October 14, 2003 2:12 PM
To: Nagaraj, Ramesh
Subject: [filmscanners] wet mount adaptor for LS-8000


Hello all,
Just forwarding this on. It sounds very interesting and could solve the
flatness focus issue that seems to happen on some of the Nikons. Has anyone
heard of this?

As I have about 1,000 images I need to scan I am still interested in
Filmscanners. I am scared to buy the SS120 (from which I have made a couple
of terrific medium format scans ) due to the whole who-knows-what
-Polaroid-is-going-be-doing issue.
Any thoughts from Nikon users,
or the future stability of Polaroid.
Thanks,

Jerry




From:

>> Michael Grecco
>> 310-452-4461
>> michael@michaelgrecco.com
>> http://www.michaelgrecco.com


>Hi,
>
>I wanted to let you know of something I have just created for the
>Nikon 8000 scanner.
>
>After purchasing my scanner I had issues with sharpness from the
>natural curvature of the film. I also wanted to get the shadow
>detail that drum scans produced. After some discussions with my
>retoucher we came upon a great solution. In fact it was literally a
>solution. The best scanning is done as a wet mounted piece of film
>in the scanner. Wet mounting does three things:
>
>* It perfectly flattens the film.
>* It helps open up the shadow areas of the film for better shadow detail.
>* and, it fills in scratches and helps get rid of dust for a much
>cleaner scan.
>
>After several months of creating, manufacturing, and testing I have
>created a 10 inch by 4.25 inch glass tray for the Nikon 8000 to
>liquid mount the film. The results we have gotten have been amazing.
>The level of scanning has increased tremendously to the extent that
>we don't send film out anymore. Here is a link to download images
>done with my fluid mounting tray in the Nikon 8000 and without, for
>comparison:
>
>http://www.michaelgrecco.com/temp/sample.sit   (5.3 megs)
>http://www.michaelgrecco.com/temppages/35mmSamples.sit    (28 megs)
>

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