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[filmscanners] Re: Epson 4180



I can say that my Epson 2450 is great for scanning 4x5 (color--have not
tried b&w) and enlarging to any size.  It has a film scanning feature, which
is a film holder that must be placed in a specific area of the scanning bed.
Nothing in the lid.  Have not tried it with medium format, but I'd guess it
is pretty good.  I would be doubtful about 35mm, but haven't tried that
either.

Berry



On 4/12/05 5:50 AM, "chris@ion-dreams.com" <chris@ion-dreams.com> wrote:

> Hi All,
>
> I have just purchased a Bronica SQ body from ebay (after using a Mamiya 645
> at college). Wow - seeing those images on the enlarger!
>
> Obviously my Scan Dual will not do MF negs, and I have seen favourable
> reviews of the Epson 4180 (which does 120 roll film). Has anyone used this
> scanner? It is a flatbed (USB2), with a built in film attachemnt in the lid.
>
> It claims to be 4800dpi x 9600dpi - but I'm unsure as to how that works -
> and they only quote times to scan 120 film to 4800 ppi.
>
> It also does 35 mm - so how well does it cope with these, as I'm sure I will
> not be allowed to have 2 scanners in the house ;).
>
> I shoot HP5 almost exclusively (and 1 or 2 Reala 100 colour).
>
> TIA,
>
> Chris
>
>
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