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    Konica Minolta Scan Multi II Film Scanner

    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/...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

    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.
    Last edited by Athiril; 04-26-2011 at 01:15 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Thanks, Athiril

    It's a great scanner...I've just outgrown it.

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    If you're using 120 why not keep it?
    K.S. Klain

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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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    Quote Originally Posted by sandermarijn View Post
    I paid 125 euros for my Scan Dual III. But that was three years ago. Maybe prices have gone up, who knows?
    Isn't the Scan Dual 35mm only?

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