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[filmscanners] Re: Nikon LS-30 -- strange behavoir



Any chance the film is not being held securely and thus moving as the
film is being scanned? Are you scanning a film strip or a mounted slide?

Peter Marquis-Kyle wrote:

>In the hope that someone might still be reading this list, I'll ask a question:
>
>The context: My Nikon LS-30 scanner has just come back from a long stay in the
>repair shop, where it had a general tune-up and was fitted with new scanning 
>and
>focussing stepper motors. I'm annoyed to find it now produces files with a 
>weird
>waviness. See the effect here:
>http://www.marquis-kyle.com.au/mt/000689.htm
>
>Now the question: What could be causing this? (As you look at the image on your
>monitor, imagine that the scanning sensor array is vertical, and traversing 
>from
>left to right)
>
>Peter Marquis-Kyle
>
>
>
>
>

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