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ASUS T3-P5G965 BAREBONE NVIDIA GEFORCE 7300 GS DISPLAY DRIVER
Negative emulsions have different characteristics, requiring different conversions to positive for each manufacturer, film type and speed. VueScan seems to have the most complete library of emulsions with SilverFast a close second but ScanWizard Pro never seems to have what we're scanning which is mainly pre film.
Each of these options offers different ways of rescuing damaged or faded images. We have no favorites there either, prefering to work manually on damage and happy with color restoration on all of them. You'd laugh to see us installing and uninstalling each of these solutions as we stumble from one project to the next, hoping one or the other of them would make the task just a little bit easier. It seems you need all three to get anything done these days. We refer you to our review of SilverFast http: HTM and VueScan http: HTM for more information about them. But, frankly, the genre could use a lot more attention to the user interface.
Nothing prevents you Asus T3-P5G965 Barebone NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GS Display upgrading to SilverFast Ai and calibrating the i with reflection and film targets, but it isn't cheap.
So how is calibration handled"A factory default profile is used, which by the way is impressively accurate due to the consistency of the scanner. Oddly enough, using a default profile is how Konica Minolta handles calibration with their high-end II 35mm film scanner.
Maybe CCDs are getting as consistent as inkjet cartridges. But for the finicky among us, Jerry added that the i Pro "includes a full version of Silverfast Ai and both film and reflective targets. This will allow for ICC profile generation. By the way, the Silverfast targets have bar codes so the IT8 target data is automatically located. Our first task was to scan a 30 year old negative in ScanMaker Pro which knew about the film holder. We had no problem with that at all. The software did have the Kodak emulsion in Asus T3-P5G965 Barebone NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GS Display database to our delight and the resulting print looked like we'd taken the image yesterday when compared to the original, slightly faded print, which we'd kept out of the light all these years.
The Negative Pct. Crop Our second task was to scan a road map for our lucky Cousin on his way to Italy.
Our ancestral home is not on many maps, but we happened to have one that showed the road to the place, anyway. This is simply colored line art. Again, the scanner delivered excellent reproduction, this time in SilverFast. Our third task was a nasty little problem we've never been able to solve: This was pretty popular 20 years ago before the glossy print became the standard. Our test print is pretty bad: It's also pretty old. But it's an image with a lot of sentimental value to us. So we're always looking for some way to retrieve it from the indignities it has suffered. SilverFast again did very well Asus T3-P5G965 Barebone NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GS Display it, minimizing the linen texture if not eliminating it.
Crop Task Four was, like the map, a scan of colored line art, this time Flat Stanley http: The black mat made it impossible to see Stanley's cartoon outline, Asus T3-P5G965 Barebone NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GS Display we laid a piece of white paper over him before scanning. He'd been colored in markers, which translated into a bit more intense colors. Our final task was scanning a few slides. This is where you can see the Dmax in action. All three of our samples have lots of detail in the shadows and the i managed to hang on to most of it.
Again, we saw the oversaturation particularly in the park shot but that's easily corrected. Any of these scans would make an exceptional print. The i has the resolution, bit-depth and Dmax to handle 35mm negatives and slides, prints and a variety of other scanning jobs without breaking a sweat.
And we're happy to see a variety of EZ-Lock film holders, too although we hope the 35mm filmstrip holder is not as troublesome as ours. We're less impressed with front panel buttons than we might be, we suppose.
But what really worries us is the inability to calibrate and profile this device. Fortunately, Microtek answers that quibble with the Pro version.
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