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    11x14 film E6 & B&W scans

    Where can I have 11x14 film scanned? Thanks!

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    Re: 11x14 film E6 & B&W scans

    i am in NH. i have a creo iQ3 smart scanner. what resolution do you want to scan at?
    do you want a basic scan, or dust removal and color correction, etc.?
    leo

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    Re: 11x14 film E6 & B&W scans

    Robert,

    I have used both James Beck and West Coast Imaging. Both can scan 11x14 film and both do a very good job as far as I am concerned. I would not hesitate to use either one.

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    Re: 11x14 film E6 & B&W scans

    http://morseeditions.com/
    Bill's a great guy. Personal service....

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    Re: 11x14 film E6 & B&W scans

    I can do 11x14 scans on my Primescan or Eversmart Supreme.

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    Re: 11x14 film E6 & B&W scans

    I can scan up to 16x20" here on my Howtek 7500 drum scanner and up to 9x9" on my Aztek Premier drum scanner.
    Recently I scanned a handful of 11x14" 400NC3 negs. It was really neat to see current film in ULF.
    They have an amazing amount of detail and sharpness with a modern lens.
    -Ian Mazursky
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    Re: 11x14 film E6 & B&W scans

    Quote Originally Posted by IanMazursky View Post
    I can scan up to 16x20" here on my Howtek 7500 drum scanner and up to 9x9" on my Aztek Premier drum scanner.
    Recently I scanned a handful of 11x14" 400NC3 negs. It was really neat to see current film in ULF.
    They have an amazing amount of detail and sharpness with a modern lens.

    Ian,

    whereŽd you get 11x14 portra, let alone 400nc3?

    your film, or a clients?

    thanks

    -Dan

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    Re: 11x14 film E6 & B&W scans

    Hi Dan,
    I wish it was mine but they belong to a client. He bought it from Kodak and from what i understand he bought an entire order ($15-18k).
    Still pretty neat though. Id love to get my hands on some 12x20 Portra for my Korona. That would be a fun scan but so would 16x20!

    Ive scanned a number of B&W 12x20's, 14x17's, 11x14's, 8x10's, 5x12's...that were souped in Pyro and non staining dev.
    Pyro though drum scans extremely well. I cant get over the amount of information in them. They are truly beautiful, Digital cant touch them!
    -Ian Mazursky
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