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Kodak Professional Ektar 100-120 8314098 Colour Ne&hellip by Kodak
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sharpest film ever, 4 Aug 2011
Until Kodak Ektar came along,the only way to guarantee a pin sharp print was to use a slide film such as Velvia.That has now all changed.I have been using Ektar for a few months now,home processed in Tetenal and scanned on a Epson V700.I test sharpness by photographing a complete O.S. map using a 6*7 format camera (in fact, a Bronica GS-1).I allow the V700 to use medium high input sharpening and examine the image in Photoshop.Scanning at 2400 dpi enables me to read every printed detail on the map( yes, I do use a tripod but do not bother about mirror lock-up). I also have some contrasty real world images taken at a nearby National Trust property.These scan beautifully and show good detail… Read more
Epson Perfection V750 Photo Scanner 6400 X 9600DPI&hellip by Epson
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very capable scanner, 3 Nov 2010
If medium format is your thing then this scanner fits the bill and will produce results not far short of a Nikon at 5 times the price.If,however,you only do 35mm you might want to look at other products which are just as ,or even more,capable.
If you are not fussed about getting Silverfast Ai, you could not do better than to get the V700.I own both and can see no difference in the results.My V700 has done thousands of scans without a single hiccup and I hope the V750 will be as reliable.
One word of caution however.I have suspected for some time that the resolution is not quite as good as Epson claim but is more than sufficient for medium format.
I finish with a tip.If you… Read more