Question about Nikon LS5000 Film Scanner
When scanning negative strips using my new LS5000 & SA21, I get unacceptable scans of the last negative of every strip I scan.
There seems to be a problem with the way the scanner handles the end of the strip. I scanned three times the same picture, first with an inch of blank film to the right of the negative. The scan of this image seems perfect. Once I cut the extra inch of film, leaving about 1/12 of an inch, I get a scan with a brown artefact in the sky portion of the picture. I can also see artefacts outside of the scanner's 'field of view'.
Im am running NikonScan 4.0.2 on Windows XP.
Is this a hardware or software problem ? How can I resolve it ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
For ARCHIVAL quality scans, there is no comparison. The Nikon wins hands-down. For making small prints and web sharing, either will work fine.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
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