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Soundslike a great idea. I'll look forward to seeing the results. Can we get anyone with an Imacon to join in? Paul firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > Here's a proposal. Needs three volunteers. I'm one. > > * One who owns an LS-120 scanner. > * One who owns the Minoltal Multi Pro. > * One who owns the LS-8000 (I'm volunteering.) > > Procedure: > > Each participant produces 2 sample chromes and two sample > negatives to scan. (1 each of 35 mm, and 1 each of 645 or 6x6 > or 6x7.) These should be non-precious, because they will end > up being mailed to and handled by the other two volunteers. > > Each participant does the very best scans he/she can of those four > transparencies. You can use whatever settings make sense, and/or > show the effects of changes in settings. > > The chromes, the negatives, and the scans (on CD) are then > submitted to the next person in the rotation. > > When we've rotated twice, there will have been six chromes, > and six negatives, each scanned on three different scanners. > Each volunteer scans his own (4 images) and those of the > other two volunteers (4 images each.) > > I'll be happy to post the comparative results on my website. > Obviously, this will have to consist of snippets, since full-res > scans of 6x6 cm targets would be prohibitively large. > > Any takers? Any comments or improvements on the procedure? > I'm open to discussion on the matter. > > rafe b. > > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.