RE: scanners

From: Mike Kirwan ^lt;>
Date: 01/10/05-08:41:45 AM Z
Message-id: <001201c4f722$82d5b990$0301a8c0@Screamer>

I have the 4870 also and works well with all formats and I am getting great
results. I made a cardboard holder to scan my 5x7 negatives - impressive

Started a restoration project scanning WWII negatives into Pshop correcting
& repairing then output to Pictorico OHP as an 8x10 DigiNeg - magic stuff. I
think the 4870 is great value for the money

- Mike

-----Original Message-----
From: Gerry Giliberti []
Sent: Monday, January 10, 2005 6:07 AM
Subject: RE: scanners

Hey Ron,

I've been using the Epson 4870. It can take all of the negative sizes you've
listed. I'm sure there are others in the same price range ($500) that do the
same. The dedicated 35mm and 2 1/4 scanners I'm sure are better but they are
very expensive.

Gerry G (from EEPG)

-----Original Message-----
From: Ron Klein []
Sent: Friday, January 07, 2005 10:13 AM
Subject: scaners

I am planning to begin contact printing of digitaly enlarged negatives. I
work in 35mm, 24x65 (X pan format)6x7 and 4x5.I plan to start with prints
probably no larger than 11x14.Any suggestions on scanners to start looking
Received on Mon Jan 10 08:42:08 2005

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