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Kennedy, the Canon Macro lens is one of the worlds sharpest lenses (for regular photography, not NASA). Pop Photo said about a year ago that it was the sharpest lens it ever tested, and was the only lens to get an A+ rating at a print size of 16x24. It is certainly the sharpest lens I have ever used in 35 years of photography. So I'm quite confident my negative is sharp. You may be right about anti aliasing though. In any case, I returned the scanner, and will just keep on with my canon for awhile longer. Jerry > But if the issue was the lens in the scanner then the film grain would > be soft as well - according to your earlier description, the grain was > sharp but the image was soft, and that can ONLY be caused by the camera > lens, not the scanner lens. As I explained in another post however, you > may need the extra resolution of the Polaroid to actually discern the > softness of the camera lens. > -- - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.