Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2018/07/27[Author Prev] [Author Next] [Thread Prev] [Thread Next] [Author Index] [Topic Index] [Home] [Search]
For sale: Nikon LS9000 ED scanner in mint condition. My sister-in-law purchased this new from a local camera shop some years ago. It was to be for a large family photo scanning project of 35mm and MF film, but she never got started.?? I?m pretty confident that it was never used, just taken out of the box and put on a desk.? Except for one slide holder, all of the cables, cords, film holders, software disks etc. have not been opened.? All of the items shipped with it are there, except for two "masks", which I think are plastic strips to mask off part of a negative (not sure why those would be used but aftermarket strips seem to be available).?? All is in the original packaging.? I use a Nikon 4000ED scanner, so I plugged its FireWire cable and power into the 9000 and tried it.? Results with slides were fine (4,000 ppi 48-bit scans with Vuescan and Silverfast software).? $2,200 plus shipping. Items included are: Scanner, power cable, FireWire cable, 35mm strip film holder, 35mm slide holder, medium format strip film holder, FireWire board, Nikon Scan CD, CD reference manual, Nikon View CD, user's manual and quick-start guide.? It may be possible to use the Nikon Scan software with Windows 7/10. It seems I found a way to do that some time back for the 4000ED, but I prefer Vuescan anyway.