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Hi again! I am not at all surprised that no one on this forum is able to present convincing examples for successful applications of ME so far. I am still waiting for the description of a traceable scenario by Lasersoft with benefits for prints or displays. Have a look at the characteristic density c...
- Wed Mar 07, 2007 3:39 am
- Forum: New features wishlist
- Topic: CCD Flare reduction tool
- Replies: 3
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Hi, the camera raw plugin of Photoshop CS2 has a comparable and very effective versatile option to reduce colour fringing. I also would appreciate a comparable tool to reduce colour fringing observed in the direction of scanning at heavy steps in density. This is a annoying problem with the Microtek...
Hi, my tests of ME revealed similar spectacular artefacs (Polaroid ss120 converted to Microtek 120tf). ME is apparently challenged by steps in density. In addition I did not notice any visible gain in S/N compared to an ordinary 2*multiscan (single pass) of a MF Kodak E100GX. I am afraid, that the m...
- Wed Mar 07, 2007 1:40 am
- Forum: Microtek
- Topic: 120tf Firmware download ~ Microtek support website offline
- Replies: 2
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Hi David, I had a similar support problem recently. Try to connect to ftp.microtec.com on port 21 as anonymous user, start directory /microtek/. You will find the folder pcfiles and therein the file fw_v1_60_as_120tf_xp.exe :) My scanner has v1.70 and I heard of v 1.80 on this forum. I had been aski...
If you do not like hair spray try Tetenal 'Anti Newton Spray' Art.No. 101638 to be removed by ordinary film cleaners (Art.No. 105198, 105198, or 105140), perfect on film, scanners, and enlargers. Possibly not as budget as hairspray (appr. 9 Euro). see prepress & professionel - auxiliaries - care...