The best pocket printer of Then I discovered wet scanning. Seems good so far. Do not cover the small holes in the film holder. My results look like this. I can’t properly compare this with the bundled software as I never tried that I already owned a copy of Vuescan, and didn’t get disks with the scanner anyway , but generally speaking Vuescan provides more options for control than you get with bundled scanning software. Particularly of 35mm negs. I used to be able to explain things!

Originally Posted by cabbiinc. Perhaps that’s becasue I’m using Paint. Your images should be oriented as shown. Page 1 of 2. All times are GMT Your images and any wording on the film strip should appear backwards on the side that faces up. Whether you’ve grown tired of what came with your DSLR, or want to start photographing different subjects, a new lens is probably in order.

I will say the EpsonScan software gave me the best result in all cases. Which scanner would you advise me for private use but still decent quality? I use expired or oddball film so the janky colors or grain is an artifact of the film most often.

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Nikon DX Fisheyeflim in this Flickr album. There’s not much I can think of that is of note about this scanner in particular, one thing however is that you needn’t bother with the dpi setting – I’ve read here the scanner cannot actually resolve this high and you’re already getting the maximum real-world resolution at the dpi setting a conclusion which my own experience supports.


Close the cover and press it down until you hear a click. If you wanted to get really clever, you might be able to have a negative input profile.

See if this works. I believe this time you will definitely have the entire inside image area in the scanned image. Les — hide signature I certainly would not toss the scanner since you have a limited number of slides. Sebastian Moranret. Fujifilm X-T30 pre-production sample gallery. In my experience with Epson Flatbeds, going from the V to V to V, there is a difference in quality from V to V, but it is very miniscule, but there. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities.

Epson V370 – Scanning “Super Slides” – Help?

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Personally, I could find no regular, appreciable difference in sharpness in the very narrow range of focus differential that a mm here or fulm gives you. This would equate to a sharp 5×7″ print from 35mm. Per his post, he is using Professional Mode: If it has cropped vertically as before Do the following Just trying to get my head round this stuff.

Canoscan F does MF pretty well but next to useless for Find More Posts by Athiril. Their solution was to perform 2 scans, moving the holder laterally between scans and using photomerge or panoramic software to re-join the two scans. Here’s a screen grab of my settings, and a preview after a scan. hlder


In your blog post, you mention the ‘convex’ way your film sits in the scanner; that sounds like you aren’t holding the film in a holder. Set the scanner setup settings as if you are scanning a normal Photo placed on the Scanner Glass, continue to use the one Slide and the holder built for one slide.

Of course there is could be a million of methods to do this, I came to one above because there is minimal use of additional accessories, procedures or materials. I use to use a v but switched to a CS, also a plustek I used to be able to explain things! Want to add to the discussion? I use film, and quarter-plate, as well as ‘normal’ sizes. The results are pretty good for the price and certainly more than adequate for proofs, small prints or the web.

Do not cover the small holes on the film holder.