Citeren AG Schnozz <agschnozz@xxxxxxxxx>:
> > Several of my film-only friends have recently made the same
> > switch...they shoot C-41 now. There's no need to use E-6
> > because the first thing they do to the image is digitize it.
> Which begs the question of "which film is best?" NOOOO PLEASE
> DON'T ASK THAT QUESTION!!!!
> > That reminds me, I've got a big box of Velvia and Sensia that
> > still needs to be shot....
> I'm a Velviaholic. To me, this is the finest slide film ever
> made. But, boy is it expensive to shoot it nowadays. E-6
> processing is eating me alive. I can get C-41 process only for
> $1 per roll at the local walmart.
> Can I have a clarification on one thing regarding the Coolscan
> V? Will it take a strip of film up to six frames in length
> WITHOUT using the clamshell holder? And will it auto feed all
> six frames? I'll happily slice my film in six-frame segments if
> it will batch load all six automatically.
Yes it does.
It eats any length strip of film from 2 to 6 frames.
It dislikes half frames and hates cuts that are made across perforation.
You'll need the clamshell (sold separately over here) for loose negs
or unmounted loose slides.
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