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Product Type: Film Scanner.
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Product Model: Colour Depth: bit. Scan Color: Colour.
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Only 1 left. New features include panoramic film scanning, and motorized film transport for automatic batch scanning. It has autofocus. Works well with Vuescan. The resolution might be low with around 11MP but plustek 8100 comparing and looking at x66cm enlargements I can get off my Fujifilm S5Pro I am more than pleased. The scanner plustek 8100 play within the same league.
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The good thing is that photoshop is become better and better over the years. I assume you came across this review. Colour takes it to around 31MB, although resolution is the same. The review you mentioned I came across at some point but I was reading a Dutch and German one too. Just to be sure. I think plustek 8100 was an interpretation error. I was writing 11MP meaning 11 mega pixel and not mega byte. A 16bit black and white Tiff-file dpi has around 19 mega byte which is plenty.
Scanning a 35mm negative at full res dpi delivers around 11 mega pixel. A 16bit colour Tiff-file is around 54 mega byte plustek 8100 far as I can remember. The Plustek 8100 DS3 does a decent job on black and white. This is important!
Thanks for this very interesting article. Have you guys already compared the 2 methods?
However, Plustek 8100 noticed that in the selection I looked at, they were using conventional flat bed scanners that have film adapters. In my own experience, a flatbed with film capability, is not up to a dedicated film scanner with 35mm.
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For example, 35mm using my Canon F, first model, is incapable of producing truly sharp images although it fares much better with plustek 8100 and large format. The 35mm scans are slightly soft. What is important is what you propose doing with the scan.
If your aims are modest, I wonder if you have tried using one of the many slide copiers that you can now pick up cheaply on ebay? I plustek 8100 one of these plustek 8100 ago to copy slides to colour neg film which I then got cheaply processed at the local mini-lab. Given just how basic these items are, they are not renowned for top quality optics, I was quite surprised at the results. Far better than I was expecting.
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These items simply attach to your camera mount via a T-adapter in place of the lens. Document Size.
Image Resolution. Software Software Included. The irony is, that since I now have returned to color film, I've been spending more time than plustek 8100 in from of the computer with my photos!
I've plustek 8100 many long nights awake this week, being very close to throwing my computer out the window. But, my God, I think I've got it now!The Plustek OpticFilm is a dedicated film scanner with dpi optical resolution.
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Its light sources give images more precise color rendering with less. My 1st plustek 8100 of my Plustek Scanner . Quick disclaimer this is not a full in depth techy review its just my personal impression.