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[filmscanners] Re: Strange light spill-over in Nikon LS-8000 scan



Could you crop a piece of the image where you see the problem? That is,
a full resolution scan, but a small piece where the problem occurs.



lotusm50@sprynet.com wrote:
> Does anyone have any thoughts or suggestions on the following issue:
>
> I just did a scan of a Fuji Astia 6x7 slide  It is about 2/3'rds dark,
> shadow and silhouette, one thirds correctly exposed, bright image
> through a window (of sorts).  The scan was with the Nikon LS-8000 with
> the glass film holder, set to 8x multi-pass scan, with a single CCD (so
> it took forever, but should be good quality).  What I got was a scan
> where some of the dark areas next to the bright areas got light
> spill-over making them lighter.  It almost looks like a faint light leak
> into the dark areas -- a slight fogging of the some of the dark areas.
> It is especially evident above the window, with the seated figures, and
> on the middle of the right edge of the image.  It is definitely NOT in
> the slide.  You can see it here (depending on your monitor, some of it
> might be hard to see): boncratious.info/CherryBlossomDining.jpg     Does
> anyone know what causing this and how I can avoid it or stop it from
> happening?

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