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D100 vs F100 & film scanner

BJNicholls

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BJNicholls Gold Member Awarded for his contributions to the community and the Resources Charter Member
Sun 10-Mar-02 10:03 PM

And by the same token, you can get a "real" (aka silver based) Lightjet print from any digital image or scan from film. These are typically printed on Fuji Crystal Archive paper.

Inkjet print stability can be archival, but there are only a few models that offer the stability of pigment based inks. This is changing and more pigment ink printers are in the pipeline.

BJ

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