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    thanks, the 1680 is a lot more money. I just want to scan some sx-70 film and perhaps some other Polariod materials. I have Photoshop but not a clue to "how to". Thought perhaps this medium would be a method to learn a bit about the software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aggie
    . Justr if you scan b&w do it at 24 bit not the 48 bit. You will get cleaner resolution.
    Actually if you want more control, do it 48 bit, do your levels adjustments then convert to 24 bit. You will get smoother tones, the histogram will not show the choppy appearance it would have otherwise. Like using finer grain film with this maneuver.

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