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D100 vs F100 & film scanner

Auhsoj27

Omaha, US
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"RE: D100 vs F100 & film scanner"

Auhsoj27 Registered since 10th Mar 2002
Sun 10-Mar-02 04:54 AM

Keep in mind that you are comparing an inkjet (probably) print to a photographic print. A photographic print using light sensitive paper will always look better than a dot matrix print on normal cardstock whether it is from a digital camera or from a negative.

The print you got from your photo-lap might actually be a digital print too! Most labs are converting their standard printing machines into high-tech computer stations. Instead of projecting light through a negative onto the photo paper, the negatives are scanned with at a super-high resolution. The now digital image is color balanced and then projected onto the same paper that the “old fashioned” machines use.

Josh

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