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Do you scan old or new?

Beemer2

UK
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Beemer2 Silver Member Nikonian since 07th Dec 2006
Sun 26-Feb-12 04:54 PM

How many of you use, or are interested in using, high-end film scanners for:

a) scanning your old film?
b) scanning future film?

I have thousands of 35mm and 120 negs and slides but I am thinking that perhaps I might either get bored with scanning or think "why should I keep using my 35mm and 120 film cameras when I have been happy to use my D300s and D200"?

(I could say more in that I have a full complement of B&W and colour darkroom equipment sleeping in my loft)

In summary what is to be gained by investing in a high end scanner like the forthcoming 35/120 Plustek for use with film cameras?

Ian



If only Mozart had had a camera

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