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Actually it works great. It is sold and made by Tamron. You then need a video capture card or a Snappy or similar device to digitize the picture if you want to store images on anything else but videotape or to print them out on your printer. They are fairly expensive though. I use a snappy myself with a SVHSC Camcorder and a lightbox with the Snappy. Made a neg. carrier from some matboard with a hole cut out for 35 mm and another for medium format. You would be surprised at the quality you can get from the Snappy! I have made very good printouts from it and it is great for webpages and proofing. The Snappy has a number of cool features that the Fotovix doesn't have. Check it out at www.play.com It is also $1,500.00 or so cheaper than a Fotovix that does medium format! Regards, Murray Zaharia Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur. Anything in Latin sounds profound. ----- Original Message ----- From: Frank Pryor <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <email@example.com> Sent: Friday, August 06, 1999 3:28 PM Subject: Rafe:"Best" color slide /color neg/photovix > Rafe B. wrote: > > >It is a nuisance having to get 4x6 prints > >that I'll never really use or display. > >In fact, it's not even the cost of the > >prints that bugs me, but the damage done > >to the negatives while making those > >prints. Just had a really rude encounter > >with a local shop, this morning. > > Has anyone heard of a widget called a Photovix or Fotovix? One photographer > I know of has his negative film processed only, not printed. He runs the > uncut roll of negatives (which comes back from the lab in a protective > sleave) through the photovix, reviews the image on a monitor(TV?) and makes > selections of the images he wants printed. Saves a little money making > proof prints and eliminates one trip through the enlarger for the fragile > negs. > > Is anyone familiar with this device? > > Frank Pryor > http://www.pryorphoto.com > > > - > Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. > http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. > - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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