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Out of curiosity Neal, why do you send your 8x10 prints out? You can get damn fine prints 11x16 or so from the canon 2710FS filmscanner. I do it all the time. But I DO want a sharper model, with a higher density range. the polaroid just wasn't it. jerry Neal Vickers wrote: > > Before you say 4000 dpi compared to 2900 dpi, I use my > current scanner Canon FS2720, for scanning slides and > making 4x6 prints and web or emailing. Occasionally > maybe an 8x10, but really if I want a decent 8x10, I > usually send it off to The Slideprinter in Denver. > That said, I'm looking for which one of these will do > the best with slides. I don't think they are even > difficult slides, but my present scanner the Canon > FS2720, just can't do an accurate job with a few of > them. Will the Canon FS4000 significantly out perform > the FS2720 or just produce more dpi. The Nikon has a > different light source, will it produce significantly > better results than the FS2720. Most comparisons I've > seen deal mostly with cropping, and dpi, and ICE, but > I'm really not interested in that as much as getting > an accurate, sharp, scan from a slide. > > I've also tried multipass in Vuescan with little > improvement. I think I'm getting alot out of the > FS2720, it just isn't quite enough. > > __________________________________________________ > Do You Yahoo!? > Yahoo! Health - your guide to health and wellness > http://health.yahoo.com > - > 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.