Upload & Sell: Off
Peter Figen wrote:
You might consider buying a used Nikon 8000 or 9000 to scan what you need and then sell it when you're done. The scans from those scanners are the closest I've seen to real drum scans and are quite nice. There is no way you're going to get decent scans for pennies a piece. Just ain't gonna happen. Scanning is not for automated monkeys pushing buttons for treats. It requires some thoughtful human intervention to get it done right, and if it's not done right, what's the point anyway.
As far as cleanliness goes, I use PEC-12 to clean...Show more →
yeah those crops were not typical (but are comparatively, the 9000 always shows less grains and bubbles and dust than the V and less flaring), the very first scans I made, just using built in software, no dust removal, didn't fine tune sharpening, a slide that had been sittin gin the open, etc.