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[filmscanners] Re: CS 5000 ED vs. Minolta ???



The truth is you shouldn't be trying to scan slides in their original
cardboard mounts.  They should be either remounted in glass or a high
quality glassless mount (Wess or Gepe) that will hold the film flat.

No amount of autofocusing is ever going to bring the center and the
edges into optimal focus if the film isn't flat.

If the lights on these scanners were brighter, the lens could use a
smaller aperture which would help, but that's the realm of professional
scanners.

Mr. Bill


Laurie Solomon wrote:
> So Mike what you are saying is that unless the Nikon has a manual focus like
> the Minolta does the problem is not correctable with the Nikon scanner but
> is correctable with the Minolta; but both scanners have the problem under
> the autofocus option.

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