plustek film scanner 7200 dpi

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plustek film scanner 7200 dpi

Postby ryan » Mon Aug 16, 2004 5:22 am

This is great film scanner, unexpensive and excellent work performance.

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Postby LSI_Noack » Wed Aug 18, 2004 4:18 pm

And it is even better with SilverFast, isn't it :D

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Re: plustek film scanner 7200 dpi

Postby sunflowerimages » Fri Sep 19, 2008 3:06 am

Hi, not a reply, but a question - still trying to find my way around this question thing and there does not seem any easy way to ask a question in the correct group . . . //

Anyway, i do hope someone can help.

Very recently I purchased a new Plustek 7200i film scanner.
It came with SilverFast 6.5 something that I updated today to 6.6.0r2.
I also down loaded manuals and have been reading solidly again and again but not getting the results I thought I would . .

Been trying to use the iSRD scratch removal. It all seems great during the preview and manual setting and I wait for this wondeful cleaned image to turn up in my Photoshop Elements 5 but all I get is the same scratched image I started with.

What oh what am I not doing correctly??
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Re: plustek film scanner 7200 dpi

Postby LSI_Muenier » Mon Sep 22, 2008 9:29 am

Dear Charles,

at what resolution and scale do you scan?

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Re: plustek film scanner 7200 dpi

Postby sunflowerimages » Mon Sep 22, 2008 9:43 am

Thanks for your interest. . .
I'm scanning for quite big files - 20 - 30 MB. - Yep, quite high resolution.
Trying to do it once - convert existing film shot into digital, clean them up - they are mostly very scratched from the original processors in Umtata, South Africa. All kept carefully in sleeves since 2001 - 2003 but obviously had a tough time going through developing and printing machines first time round.

Since posting I have noticed that some scratch removal is accomplished by the scanner/software system together but nothing like the preview images suggested was going to be achieved - I could see no difference to begin with!

When I go into to the digital scan in highly enlarges format I see the auto efforts, and often I am redoing those with a clone stamp for much better result.

It still seems that something is not working as it should?

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Re: plustek film scanner 7200 dpi

Postby LSI_Muenier » Wed Sep 24, 2008 8:58 am

Dear charlea,

are you scanning into 24 Bits or 48 Bits color?
For a test, could you try the other alternative?

Or are you scanning to "48 Bit HDR" ?
Then no filters are applied, at all, and the final scan will be as scratchy as before ...

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