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    Re: Screen Cezanne Users Unite

    You should be able to. I mean, there isn't any difference in the way light passes through the film either way. Make sure you have the density settings high enough that you aren't clipping the highlights, and of course no other settings that mess things up.

    Can you post a flat scan with no adjustment/inversion and the digital camera "scan?"
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    Re: Screen Cezanne Users Unite

    Hello everyone!

    In Precautions brochure for Mac OS X users Screen recommends following SCSI Card:

    PowerDomain 2930U(Adaptec) (*)
    PowerDomain 29160N (Adaptec)

    I'm about to purchase Adaptec 2930U card but it's 50- pin connectors and it is for PC not for Macs. I'm currently using Adaptec Ava 2906, 25-pin connectors on Mac G4 and it works fine with my Cezanne FT S-5000 however I'd like to try to use Adaptec 2930U for some experimental reasons. Anyone had experience with it? Could you please share? Thanks so much!

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    Re: Screen Cezanne Users Unite

    Hi RussPhoto!

    A PC version won't work I'm afraid. There is a reason that Adaptec has different cards for Macs and PCs.
    They have a different BIOS on the cards and I believe that the voltage is different as well on the Mac version.

    I used to have a Powerdomain 2930 (the Mac version) and that worked just fine on my G4.
    But I wouldn't try the PC version. In the best case the card simply doesn't work.

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    Re: Screen Cezanne Users Unite

    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Daniel View Post
    Hi RussPhoto!

    A PC version won't work I'm afraid. There is a reason that Adaptec has different cards for Macs and PCs.
    They have a different BIOS on the cards and I believe that the voltage is different as well on the Mac version.

    I used to have a Powerdomain 2930 (the Mac version) and that worked just fine on my G4.
    But I wouldn't try the PC version. In the best case the card simply doesn't work.
    Thank you Patrick!

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    Question Re: Screen Cezanne Users Unite

    Hi RussPhoto,
    I'm new here and a beginner with Cezanne FT S-5000.

    I bought these Scanner too but unfortunately without Software
    and now I need help from a specialist :-))
    In the forum I could read somethings about Software and SCSI interface



    I would like to work with ColorGenius vers. 2 with right SCSI card


    are you able to help me ?? ... and would you be so nice ??

    I need help sooo urgently ;-)

    best regards
    Ray

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    Re: Screen Cezanne Users Unite

    Hi Ray,
    Here is the picture of SCSI card I use with my scanner, software version Color Genius 2. Hope this helps. Click image for larger version. 

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    Re: Screen Cezanne Users Unite

    I'm going to replace the bulbs on my Cezanne with LEDs. A scanner tech replaced them with a u-shaped florescent a number of years ago on the forum, and it worked ok for him. The space available to work in is 2.5" wide, 18.5" long, and about 2" high. The metal opening for the light to go through is 1 and 13/16th" wide by 15 and 5/16ths" long. The two very thin fluorescent tubes are about 1" above that opening.

    I've ordered an aluminum heat sink 2.079" wide by 18". http://www.heatsinkusa.com/2-079/

    I'm considering Yuji strips, either the BC or VTC series. See: https://store.yujiintl.com/collectio...-strips-ribbon It looks like 5 - 17" strips would fit on the sink. I'm not sure if I'll have to add diffusion with the 120leds/meter ribbon. I'm trying to decide between the BC and VTC series, as it's $100 difference. It's unlikely to matter for BW, but I'd always wonder.... I don't know if I'll have to run parallel strips to even out light or not. I have two other possible photo purchases this week. If those fall through, I'll order the leds.
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    Re: Screen Cezanne Users Unite

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter De Smidt View Post
    I don't know if I'll have to run parallel strips to even out light or not.
    How many strips are you planning to fit there?
    Are they going to be pointing down? Isn't that going to create uneven light?
    Sorry, maybe I didn't get what you are planning.

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    Re: Screen Cezanne Users Unite

    5 strips.

    Here's what I used for my dslr scanner:


    About 2" away there is a diffuser. The Cezanne version will be long and thin and use much better leds.
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