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Pam, For scanning medium and large format I'm seriously considering the new Epson 1600 scanner. You could easily do 12"x12" print with 6x6 film and probably twice that as well with little or no loss. Large format you would certainly be all set. There been a lot of good comments about their older 1200 model. I'm waiting to hear from others as soon as they get their Epson scanners and as soon as I can comeup with a bit more money. :) >Date: Sun, 23 Jan 2000 21:59:28 -0600 >From: Pam Niedermayer <email@example.com> >Subject: Re: OT: scanning info for list photographers > >Difficult to "just try" without the equipment, e.g. a 2700 >spi scanner (I haven't yet decided on which scanner to get, >only have an old 300 spi Microtek). Also, I'd really like to >know how to do this inhouse, as my primary concern is B&W on >the 3000 using quad tones, many to be used as interpositives >and internegatives for platinum contact printing. If I were >to go the Lightjet route, may as well have the vendor do the >scanning, too, especially for 35 mm color. Most of my 35mm >stuff is snapshots, not really a serious concern; but I >figure that if you, Jim and others can get from 35mm to >16X20, it will be a breeze for my existing 6X6 and soon to >produce 4X5 stuff, that that knowledge will help me decide >what scanner to get, etc. > >Pam - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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