At 10/4/2019 12:47 PM, you wrote:
>You will have to pry my xPan out of my cold dead hands. Just wish my scanner
>hadn't gone and shot craps. I have a non working Minolta 120 scanner modified
>to scan xPan format. Apparently when Minolta sold to sony, all the existing
>Minolta repairmen ran into the ocean.
Now we are talking about a truer "artistic expression" tool - XPan. Do you have
the circular graduated filters? I tested my Nikon LS-4000 recently and is still
working. But Firewire seems to have succumbed to USB-C ports, bur fortunate I
have some older PCs. Maybe i'll scan some of those panos and see how well
Studio 2 can enhance them... :-)
Sorry Ken if we hijacked this thread. Just reminiscing. Both the Context G and
the XPan had nice 45mm lenses. Although the XPan, with 45, could do pano mode.
I'm sure you will make use of the new 25/1.7 and looking forward to seeing the
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/