No experience on the Agfa 50, but all negatives have great
differences, it should be take cared by the scanner software's "auto
exposure" function. It will check the density range and set the
darkest point (transparent portion) and lightest point (dense portion)
close to 0 and 255 automatically.
> Dear Zs,
> I have just been scanning my first Agfa Ultra 50 negs. The scanner requires
> +400 0.000000e+00xposure (5 times what is "normal") and the negs look quite
> dense (Dah !). I don't think it is the camera exposure, previous film was an
> Elitechrome Extra Color and the exposure was spot on. I don't think it is a
> problem with the scanner as the Elitechrome scanned ok without any correction.
> The prints made by the lab that processed the film look excellent.
> Has anyone else had any experience scanning this film ? Any ideas why it
> should be so different to others (e.g. Portra 160NC) ?
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