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> I have just ordered a Linocolor Saphir Ultra II mostly because of the >review Macworld did on it last Oct. You can see the scanner and review at >this URL: >http://linocolor.com/prods/saphult_frames.htm >This scanner has the same "Guts" as the Umax Powerlook III, but it is >"tweeked" by Linocolor and comes with the Linocolor Elite 5.0 software. The >best thing is that Buy.com has them on sale for $1,164.95! This scanner was >almost $4k just last year. The best price I could find on the Umax PLIII was >$977.00, but I went with the Lino because of the software. Once I start to >use it I'll report to the list on what I find. I hope this helps anyone >looking to get a scanner. Mike Stanton Phoenix Photo Mike- I've heard good things about Linocolor software. Pls. let the list know how you like the software. One of the service bureaus here has a linocolor 8000 dpi dual lens flatbed that is made by Umax.- It turns out nice scans. I heard today that UMAX has released a new software pkg. for their high end scanners. It's called- "PowerColor Software- comes in "Photo" and "Press" versions. (see http://www02.umax.com/professional/standard/powercolor/print.cfm Appearently it's currently bundled with their Powerlook 3000 scanner- however a reseller I was talking to yesterday said he thought they would be selling to those who already own the Powrelook III. It has a 48 bit density driven interface. Apparently- you can set the highlight and shadow point for each color channel- good for scaning negs. Has a bunch of other features- see their website. Looks interesting Bill J. - 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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