Blulexu ha scritto:Buongiorno a tutti. Ho deciso di acquistare un valido scanner per negativi 35 e 120. La scelta cadrebbe su uno dei due. Consigli e/o considerazioni sono ben accette. Premetto che utilizzerò lo scanner per effettuare provini . Grazie a quanti contribuiranno.
Ogni tanto consulto il sito http://www.filmscanner.info
- molto esaustivo, con tanti test dei scanner, servizi di scanning, ecc.
Per il Plustek OpticFilm 120, che è creato prevalentemente per il formato 120 ma non solo, dicono in sostanza: "The Plustek OpticFilm 120 is a very slow film scanner. In order to scan medium format films in high quality a very powerful PC with much memory is needed....Since we and lots of our customers had many problems with the Plustek OpticFilm 120, we have taken that scanner out of our assortment."
Per la Reflecta MF5000, scrivono: "In terms of resolution the reflecta MF5000 beats any flatbed scanner with transparency unit and therefore gets a clear recommendation for scanning medium format slides. ... The reflecta MF5000 is a very fast scanner both in the 35mm area and in the middle format area. The short times between the scans can be used perfectly for loading a second film holder or for the image editing....So we can recommend the reflecta MF5000 anybody who needs a better image quality than a fladbed scanner achieves, but who does not want to spend the enormous sum for a Nikon Super Coolscan 9000 ED or a Hasselblad scanner with their excellent image quality, which still - and this must be said clearly, - exceeds the image quality of the MF-5000 by far....If you operate the medium format scanner reflecta MF-5000 with the professional SilverFast Ai scan software instead with the standard CyberView scan software, you will get a better image quality thanks to the IT-8 colour calibration, better image processing algorithms and professional setting possibilities."