Konica Minolta Scan Multi II Film Scanner

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  1. Franswa

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    Does 35mm and 120 formats, and it does them well! I actually purchased this from this very forum a few months ago. The condition, performance and what's included has not changed since.

    Here is the original ad: http://www.apug.org/forums/forum381/86332-fs-konica-minolta-scan-multi-ii-film-scanner-35mm-120-550-a.html

    While this is truly a wonderful scanner...I found myself shooting more and more(lots!) 120 and decided to get a flatbed scanner. PM me with any questions :smile:

    ConUS only please. $425 shipped. Add 3% if using regular paypal.
     
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    For anyone interested, the resolution for MF is almost as good as a flatbed, but much better SNR, significantly better bit depth (flatbeds aren't really anywhere near 48-bit internal given the noise diffused banding they display) and dmax etc. It's a great scanner for any more serious 35mm shooters (high resolution for 35mm scanning), who also want the ability to do MF at some point without needing new stuff.
     
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    Thanks, Athiril :smile:

    It's a great scanner...I've just outgrown it.
     
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    If you're using 120 why not keep it?
     
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    I would if I had more time to scan individuals. With my busy schedule, using a flatbed is better for me....let's me scan 8 at once.
     
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    How about a price reduction to $425!

    Still available!
     
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    I am also open to trade offers. Let me know what you have!
     
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    Re: Franswa
    Sorry -didn't get it
    You believe Flatbed scanner way better ?
     
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    I paid 125 euros for my Scan Dual III. But that was three years ago. Maybe prices have gone up, who knows?
     
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    Isn't the Scan Dual 35mm only?
     
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    Yes it is. Maybe I should shut up before opening my mouth...
     
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    Still for sale ?
     
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    Sure is :smile:
     
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    Scanner is sold. I'm thrilled that this wonderful scanner is going to a new home instead of collecting dust!
     
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