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    Microtek 5600 + TPU to scan negatives and slides?

    Does anybody have experience with the new Microtek ScanMaker 5600 Scanner? It so unds promising, 2400x4800 optic resolution, and the price is "lower" -- $169, a separate TPU sells for $80, so for $250 I can get a 2400DPI scanner, much lower than Epson 2450's $400.

    I am thinking to use this scanner to scan medium format negatives and slides, an d I am wondering if anyone has any experience with it?

    Thanks, Wenbiao

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    Microtek 5600 + TPU to scan negatives and slides?

    My tests show the resolution is overstated.

    http://www.truetex.com/telecine.htm

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    Microtek 5600 + TPU to scan negatives and slides?

    I would like to know if if will work with glass negatives.

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