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> He also mentioned that there was really no difference > in quality scanning above about 3300dpi - unless you just wanted a larger > file for a larger print. I would say that if the information isn't there, no need to scan at a higher resolution. For instance, you could just use Corel (or whatever) to resample the data using interpolation. However, the film artifacts (dust specs) will be digitized at a higher quality. I've noticed that the automatic dirt and dust removal programs do a better job as the resolution is improved. FWIW, microtek is going to introduce this new scanner in late August, early September. It will be marketed under a new division: http://www.artix.com/ The 4000 is not on the web site yet. - 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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