Best Selling in Scanners See all. While the quality of the negative scans is fine, all of the slides produce very grainy, low-resolution results. Scanner prices keep dropping. Read reviews of other digital imaging products from Reference Guide: No ratings or reviews yet.
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Pacific Image PrimeFilm 35mm Film Scanner
Best Selling in Scanners See all. What you need isn’t a flatbed scanner, but a film scanner.
I use it myself as well as the Minolta software,which will happily run on my XP desktop. A Minolta would be ideal were it not for the APS issue. In addition to the printed seven-language manual, there was a one-page addendum primmefilm on what seems like tissue paper, and a seven-page stapled quick-start guide. Competition These companies offer scanners designed to accept only 35mm film: Next up is a general point about this scanner – the resolution just isn’t that high at samples per inch, nor does it have a very good reputation for being that sharp.
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Pacific Image Electronics PrimeFilm 1800 AFL Film Scanners
It even works with individually mounted slides. Don’t expect much in the way of support from the manual or the vendor’s Web site; both are pretty bad. Film strips must be at least three primegilm long to work with the feeder. But graphics arts professionals and publishing or prepress professionals need more. Ppf item may be a factory second or a new, unused item with defects or irregularities.
Plus, the dependable computer connection included with this Pacific Image slide and film scanner helps you to preserve the digitized moments of your life with little effort.
CanonMinoltaNikonPolaroid These companies offer flatbed scanners that are able to scan 35mm film: That would be the smart thing to do. Draw your own conclusions.
There’s still alot of grain in the image though from a Kodachrome 64 source: Final two pgimefilm issues don’t apply to your scanner, and both are film-related; Kodachrome is by nature different to all other slide films, and the Digital ICE technolofy or similar used by some scanners causes artifacts that can effectively destroy the image.
Pacific Imaging’s PRO scanner offers four times the optical resolution x dpiand adds Firewire connectivity, too. They don’t always do a great job with film, since that’s a secondary function. Can anyone suggest why slide scans are so much poorer then negative scans with this model??
Grainy slide scans from Primefilm 1800AFL
CanonMinoltaNikonPolaroid. These companies offer scanners designed to accept only 35mm film: Firstly, check the settings in the software to make sure you’ve got it 8100 to scan colour positives at the highest possible optical resolution – it’s always possible that it’s defaulted to some other setting. Easy to set up and easier to use, the Pacific Image PrimeFilm AFL scanner is a great solution for consumers who want to bring their old 35mm negatives or slides into the electronic age. Customer reviews for this scanner are damning.
I have an old Minolta. Featuring 1, dpi optical and bit scanning capability, the S provides an improved color tone algorithm to preserve every photographic primefolm with incredible accuracy.