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At 07:37 PM 2/22/00 -0700, you wrote: >At 08:42 AM 2/22/2000 -0500, Raphael Bustin wrote: >> >>To me, about the only thing going for XPAN is that >>it uses 35 mm film, which will make it easier to >>get the film itself processed. Of course, what >>happens after that (prints? slides?) is anybody's guess. > >I had the same thought (question?) Does anyone >know if any of the common 35mm film scanners >can be make to scan a 65mm long image from a >strip of 35mm film? I'm pretty sure neither of mine >will. (I suppose you could scan the pieces and >stitch them together in Photoshop for printing, but >that would sort of negate the convenience of making >panoramic images with the camera. If I recall correctly, Ed Hamrick has trained VueScan to do this on the HP Photosmart slide scanner. I know the discussion came up a while back on the filmscanners listserv, but I wasn't paying very close attention. rafe b. - 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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