> Do any of you use multi-pass multi-scanning, and if so, how do you rate
> I have a Minolta Dimage Scan Dual II, which does not support single-pass
> multi-scanning, so this is the only way I can do multi-scanning. The
> I ask is that I have scanned a neg, and the subject is very blurred. On
> neg and on prints from the neg, the subject is not blurred, so the problem
> must have occured during scanning. It looks like two images on top of each
> other, as if there has been some "shift" between the two passes of the
> scanning. Has anybody experienced any thing like this?
No experience with your type of scanner, but I have similar problems with my
flatbed scanner. Multi-pass is useless if the individual scans cannot be
repositioned to within 1 pixel. Solving it in software is very low on Ed's
to-do list, due to the complexity.
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