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RE: scanning negs vs slides now: inkjet vs photo prints

Well, as is always the case with digital, eventually the dots will get small
enough that even you will be satisfied. Don't expect many major advances in
chemical print technology in the same period, however.


Ciao,               Paul D. DeRocco
Paul                mailto:pderocco@ix.netcom.com

> From: gary
> I have a Epson 1200. I'll just sit it out a year or two then upgrade, but
> there are basic problems inherent with inkjets that I'm not sure will ever
> be overcome.
> 1) Darks areas get lots of ink, and you can see the loss of detail in the
> dark parts of the print. [Wet dark rocks are really tough to do.
> They don't
> look wet like you get in a real photograph.]
> 2) You can often see patterns in light areas such as sky.

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