Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2002/10/05

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Subject: RE: [Leica] Re: scanner answer
From: "Mehrdad Sadat" <>
Date: Sat, 5 Oct 2002 07:52:03 -0700

I really liked the idea of the 120 roll scan and i was looking for such
thing myself as i was scanning a bunch 645 chorms that took for ever. on the
other hand, may be i get job where roy works

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Regards, Mehrdad

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[]On Behalf Of Jim
Sent: Saturday, October 05, 2002 6:50 AM
Subject: Re: [Leica] Re: scanner answer

Hey, look! This is great!

They're only 35,000.00 UK Pounds, ($54,792.50).

I think I'll order a pair, one for color and one for B&W, (so that I
won't be inconvenienced by having to remember to disable ICE).


Jim -

Roy Feldman wrote:
> is there a film scanner that will take in 120 film
> in a full
> roll  of 12 images and scan it automatically as well as 35mm
> roll of 36
> images?  something that requires essentially no user
> intervention....... but
> must do both 120 and 35mm.... ???
> Answer- Yes we have one at work, the Kodak HR 500, will do up to 120 mg
> scans and does a roll of 120 on about 40 seconds.

Mehrdad Sadat wrote:
> roy, how much does something like this cost? also i just checked kodak
> it say only under 70 mb for 6x4.5 so is the 128 for 6x9? also how is the
> quality of the scans and what is the dpi
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