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Thread started 17 Dec 2007 (Monday) 04:23
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Scanning Slides

 
mzsupa5
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I have a dedicated slide scanner, Minolta Scan Speed, but never had much success, colour casts I can't seem to fix. Going to XP I will need to buy Vuescan to continue using. Has anyone used their G9 to scan. Frankly my old slides aren't really good enough to justify getting a better scanner so web resolution or small print is all I'm looking for and snapping on a camera is considerably faster than scanning and easier to try different exposures/WB for "difficult" slides

Thanks
Tony

Dec 17, 2007 04:23



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