Reflecta RPS 7200 ? sample pictures?
Old 05-04-2010   #1
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Reflecta RPS 7200 ? sample pictures?

I'm not happy with my canoscan 8800f so I'm looking for an upgrade. I'm interested in the reflecta rps 7200, I would be very thankful if those who've used it could tell me how they like it and maybe post a samlpe picture or two. I'm doing black and white mainly, but also slides and the occasional roll of colour negative. thank you all in advance!
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Old 05-04-2010   #2
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Shutterbug Magazine digital Q&A column recommends Plustech as being the best available for a price people can actually afford. That leaves out the Imacons and drum scanners.

If my KM 5400 gives out, that would be my choice. Since I find his advice matches what I would give, I would tend to trust his opinion on things I do not know.

I am sorry I did not buy 3 KM5400 when they were available new. Used scanners are like buying a used car without an odometer.
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Old 05-04-2010   #3
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I had a PI 7250 pro 3 which is the same as a Reflecta 7200 pro.

That is the one to get. Its got some quirks though, but I got mine for $420 with rebate.
Very good B+W scans at 3600 dpi.

That said mine had a bad CCD, but it would only show up on very dark slide film.
I would get color streaks on one side so you need to check it out.
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ok thanks a lot, I will try and find one =)
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Old 05-10-2010   #5
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pro800z scanned with reflecta rps7200 and silverfast software (no postproduction):





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thank you VERY much luca!
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ZM with Konica 50/2. film: neopan 1600
Scanned with Silverfast SE

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ZM with Konica 50/2. film: neopan 1600
Scanned with Silverfast SE
that looks very convincing indeed.
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Some more...
USA version PI 7250 pro3.

http://www.pbase.com/tammons/pi_7250_pro_3_test_scans
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Linear scan
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Linear scan

Enybody knows if 16bit gamma 1.0 linear scan is possible with this scanner and supplied software? looks like a decent scanner should my V coolscan fail.I have seen some samples from plustek scanners and they seem to deliver far less sharp scans.
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