Hi all,I've been "digitizing" slides and negatives with a Canon 20 D, Novoflex bellows and slide copier (picked up cheaply s/h) recently. It's a lot faster than scanning individual pictures.
I even did some copies of individual frames from Super 8 and 16mm movie film - no problem at all.
You also have the advantage of being able stop the lens down to counter any curvature in the neg/slide.
No problem with Kodachromes either.Probably not much of an option if you've got a lot to scan, but it works well enough for the few I've wanted to copy.
Cheers Douglas Doug Herr wrote:
Ted Grant wrote:I use a Polaroid Cool Scan 4000 scanner with every kind of film and Kodachrome comes out beautifully along with all the other films whatever make.Likewise I've used the same scanner for my Kodachromes. I had a few k-chromes scanned for me by people with the Coolscan LS-4000 (I think that's the model number) and they were terrible scans, completely unusable. Doug Herr Sacramento http://www.wildlightphoto.com ------ Unsubscribe or change to/from Digest Mode at: http://www.lrflex.furnfeather.net/ Archives are at: //www.freelists.org/archives/leicareflex/
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