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Wrong alignment in batch scan

Hi, I tryed to make a batch scan fomr 35mm posetiv film, the strip's are from 4-6 pictures, the 1 picter is align correct, but the rest i somhow off but 1/3, the film is a posetiv but the edge is transparent.

can you please help me

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Try scanning these strips with the FH-3 accessory. It may be the negatives aren't being sensed correctly at the frame boundary. This unit overcomes this problem and can often be found at a reasonable price on eBay.
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