Hi - I have a bunch of 35mm slides I'd like to scan into my PC. I am
looking for a film scanner that will feed the slides automatically instead
of have to place the slides in a holder.
Anyone have any suggestions?
>Anyone have any suggestions?
> >Anyone have any suggestions?
> Nikon LS4000 has a 50 slide feeder. Boring to feed one slide at a time
> into a scanner all day long.
Have any thoughts about this film scanner?
Thanks for responding.
> > On Fri, 03 Jan 2003 17:59:15 GMT, "Joe727"
> > >Hi - I have a bunch of 35mm slides I'd like to scan into my PC. I am
> > >looking for a film scanner that will feed the slides automatically
> > >of have to place the slides in a holder.
> > >Anyone have any suggestions?
> > >Thanks
> > >Joe
> > Nikon LS4000 has a 50 slide feeder. Boring to feed one slide at a time
> > into a scanner all day long.
> Very nice and it ought to be. A bit out of my price range though.
> Have any thoughts about this film scanner?
> Thanks for responding.
Hi all! Looking to purchase a film scanner, need something high quality!
A friend lent me a Nikon coolscan for a while, (the 2000 I think?) and
whilst it was pretty good, there were some nags.
The colours were a little off - I would want access to better colour
The software sucked bigtime - it has a non-standard UI, it forgets your
preferences every time you load a new film, it crashes at the slightest
The film loader could accept at most 6 negs in a strip - are there and film
scanners that can feed through an entire roll of film, say 36 shots? This
would be a serious benfit for us because we routinely scan several hundred
Other than that the ICE feature seemed to work pretty well; certainly if you
forgot to turn it on, the results were very dirty.
Most of my nags were with the ridiculous software supplied - it turned the
scanning into a chore.