6379Re: astroclubs Digest Number 44
- Dec 10, 2001Some scanners come with the adapter to do negs. Others are capable of doing it,
but you need to purchase the piece. Scanners are getting very inexpensive now,
so you might want to check into one so you can skip the middle man and get what
you want, when you want it.
> From: "txskywatcher" <Astrofx@...>
> Subject: Advice on scanning negatives
> Does anyone have any information on a device that can scan negatives
> into the computer. I am growing weary of training technicians at the
> local camera store. Photos require 2 trips: One for developing the
> negatives, and the second after I explain that there really is
> something on the negatives. "See the little balck dots! Thats what I
> want. I know there is a lot of dark there. It was night, I travelled
> far and went to great lengths to to get that dark!!!!"
> Amusing the first couple of times, but since I just scan and
> reprocess them anyway, might be nice to have something to avoid the
> prints in the first place.
> Seems like I remember Ed mentioning something, but I could be
> BTW, nice clear (cold - for TX) night last night. I am taking off
> Friday to take the bus out to dark skies, and works nicely for the
> partial solar eclipse as well.
> Thanks for any information,
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