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    Re: Old drum scanner (Scanmate 5000) vs new drum or flatbed

    Thanks for the tip Tim. My issue has generally been with certain films outdoors being grossly blue-shifted, from the base scan. Certain film looks tungsten-balanced instead of daylight. Anyway, I will try a 9% clip setting, not sure what it's at now.
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    Re: Old drum scanner (Scanmate 5000) vs new drum or flatbed

    Hi Tim,

    Hard Black and White edges is where I see it and with more than a few pixels spills into the Black area.

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    Re: Old drum scanner (Scanmate 5000) vs new drum or flatbed

    Thank you guys for the really good answers!

    Iíll definitely get the Scanmate up and running. Now when I know how good it is, it would be a shame not to use it. But as mentioned here, the guy doing the scanning is as important as the scanner. So I guess I have a lot to learn, but thatís just part of the fun. I wouldnít be working with large format cameras if I wanted it easy.

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