Nikon Scan won¹t work on my Intel Mac Pro with El Capitan. Vuescan is my
only option, aside from Silverfish, but it is insanely overpriced.
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On 5/2/17, 7:52 PM, "olympus on behalf of John Hudson"
<olympus-bounces+chris=chriscrawfordphoto.com@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on behalf
of OM4T@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>I had my Nikon Super Coolscan 9000 mechanically serviced by Nikon Canada
>less than a year ago. The machine was sent in by a local pro photo
>dealer which was also a Nikon dealer.
>I use Nikon Scan in preference to Vuescan.
>On 5/2/2017 8:43 PM, Martin Walters wrote:
>> Last Fall, my Coolscan V (LS-50) decided that it would preview but not
>> scan. Looking around on the web I came across recommendations for Alex
>> Ketzner, based in Keystone Heights, Florida. Turns out he specializes in
>> Nikon scanners. So, this winter I sent him my unit for service and/or
>> repair. Anyway, within 24 hr of receiving the unit, he reported that all
>> was well (under Vuescan), and it only needed cleaning/servicing (fixed
>> cost - US$210). Alex was easy to deal with and very helpful explaining
>> the advantages of using Vuescan, rather than Nikon Scan.
>> I was happy I still had a scanner and not a large door stop, so when I
>> got home I bit the bullet and bought Vuescan and all is good. When I
>> tried Nikon Scan, however, the serviced unit would still not scan.
>> Obviously, my issue was software related, not with the unit.
>> So, for anyone looking to service a Nikon scanner (probably mostly of
>> interest to those in North America), you could contact Alex Ketzner at:
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