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Old 05-30-2017   #601
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Vine on Tree on 8x10 Velvia 50 by Pali K, on Flickr

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Hi guys,
I have to take up the cudgels for 8Bit scanners!
Here are some examples from the Screen DT-S 1030ai (some negatives and slides).


Funtensee 6x12 on Rollei Infrared



Cap Formentor 6x7 on Ektar 100



awake 6x7 on Velvia 50
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Netsoft2k and Norris: really beautiful examples, wow!
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Old 06-10-2017   #604
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Thanks Fer!
here are some more:


Herbst 6x7 on Ektar 100




Borgward 6x7 on Ektar 100




Summer 6x7 on Ektar 100




Wood 4x5 on Portra 400
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Old 06-10-2017   #605
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Welcome Norris!

I just come into this thread a drool at the images. Wow.
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Netsoft2k and Norris: really beautiful examples, wow!
Thank you fer_fdi!

Welcome Norris and thank you for posting your scans. I was starting to feel very lonely here

Here are two more.




Abacas Abstract by Pali K, on Flickr

Sinar Norma 4x5 | Fuji Velvia 100
JOBO CPP2 | Tetenal E6
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Leaves by Pali K, on Flickr

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Tropical St Martin by Pali K, on Flickr

Fuji GA645W | Kodak Portra 160
JOBO CPP2 | Tetenal C41
Scanmate 11000 PMT Drum Scanner


Tropical St Martin by Pali K, on Flickr

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St Martin Front Street Beach by Pali K, on Flickr

Fuji GA645W | Kodak Portra 160
JOBO CPP2 | Tetenal C41
Scanmate 11000 PMT Drumscanner


St Martin Front Street Beach by Pali K, on Flickr

Fuji GA645W | Kodak Portra 160
JOBO CPP2 | Tetenal C41
Scanmate 11000 PMT Drumscanner


Fern by Pali K, on Flickr

Fuji GA645W | Kodak Portra 160
JOBO CPP2 | Tetenal C41
Scanmate 11000 PMT Drumscanner


St Martin Front Street Beach by Pali K, on Flickr

Fuji GA645W | Kodak Portra 160
JOBO CPP2 | Tetenal C41
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St Martin Front Street Beach by Pali K, on Flickr

Fuji GA645W | Kodak Portra 160
JOBO CPP2 | Tetenal C41
Scanmate 11000 PMT Drumscanner


Path to the ocean by Pali K, on Flickr

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This entire thread is....whooaaa!
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This entire thread is....whooaaa!
You described my feeling about drum scanning perfectly. It's a slow process but absolutely worth every minute. Here is a fresh scan from my vacation. Slowly getting through the 5 rolls that need to be scanned and I hope no one is bored with St. Martin pictures.



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Keep posting ofc! These are all whetting my appetite for a MF camera. It is really neat how the GA645 cameras put the exif data just out of the frame.
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Keep posting ofc! These are all whetting my appetite for a MF camera. It is really neat how the GA645 cameras put the exif data just out of the frame.
+1 wonderful shots
I have a GW690 that should get more use. The GA645 series complement it well and would be an interesting take everywhere option.
I got a TLR but aren't warming to it for EDC use plus it needs a CLA.

I still don't have a strong frame that needs drum scan, so something to aim for! MF is where its at
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The GA645 series complement it well and would be an interesting take everywhere option.
Yeah the GA645 seems like a great travel option!
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Keep posting ofc! These are all whetting my appetite for a MF camera. It is really neat how the GA645 cameras put the exif data just out of the frame.
Thank you and MF is absolutely beautiful. Plenty of resolution even with the smallest 6x4.5 format. I drum scan at 3000 DPI which is about 38 MP of real resolution. I am sure its much higher with slide film.

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+1 wonderful shots
I have a GW690 that should get more use. The GA645 series complement it well and would be an interesting take everywhere option.
I got a TLR but aren't warming to it for EDC use plus it needs a CLA.

I still don't have a strong frame that needs drum scan, so something to aim for! MF is where its at
You can never have too many cameras

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Yeah the GA645 seems like a great travel option!
I bought mine for travel and its become more than just a travel camera. Its basically a MF point and shoot with absolutely insane image quality. Couldn't recommend it highly enough.

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Thanks Huss and Pali!
@ Pali I hope you don't feel so lonely anymore...

here is a new one:


Kodak Ektar 100, 65mm 6x12 (Linhof Technika IV), Screen DT-S 1030ai

And an older one:


Kodak E100G, 90mm 4x5 (Linhof Technika IV), Screen DT-S 1030ai
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@ Pali your scans are really beautiful!
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Norris that last picture of the lake.. wow. Amazing light.
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Norris, I don't feel lonely I feel that I am in great company because your photos and scans are breathtaking! Love the last lake photo.

More to come as I process my scans tonight.

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Beautiful scans guys!

I'll be processing a lot of film at the end of the month, so I'll be joining you soon enough!
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Beautiful scans guys!

I'll be processing a lot of film at the end of the month, so I'll be joining you soon enough!
Thank you Kamph. Looking forward to your scans! Here is one more and on Ektar this time.



St Martin by Pali K, on Flickr

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And this one that I forgot to upload earlier So many scan...


Coconut Trees - St Martin by Pali K, on Flickr

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Ever wonder how much detail is actually on severely underexposed Velvia images? Well, nothing really challenges a Tango

Here is a cell phone image of the image next to a properly exposed Velvia 100 4x5 image. Never thought this image would be of any use and while testing for shadow performance, I got the scan below.


And here is what Tango "saw"


Underexposed Slide Test by Pali K, on Flickr

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Wow that's really impressive, Pali. There is no way my SM5000 could retrieve so much. The Tango is truly the king of shadow performance!
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so my way too dark kodachrome slides are not that hopeless, you mean )
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Impressive. No way for my Howtek to get anywhere near that...
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And here is what Tango "saw"

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Corrected in post or overexposured in scanner soft?
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Wow that's really impressive, Pali. There is no way my SM5000 could retrieve so much. The Tango is truly the king of shadow performance!
Thank you Kamph! I don't think SM5000 or even the SM11000 will come close to this. It is absolutely insane that Tango can see this because even with a loupe on a very bright lightbox, I don't see some of the details that are captured without any muddiness or noise by the Tango.

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so my way too dark kodachrome slides are not that hopeless, you mean )
Exactly! I would have never thought this slide would be something that I would scan and share with everyone. I quite like the final image and I am sure your kodachrome will shine on a Tango too!

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Impressive. No way for my Howtek to get anywhere near that...
Thank you brbo! I know Tango's are particular sought after for their shadow performance and now I know why.

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Corrected in post or overexposured in scanner soft?
Jack, this is straight from the scanner software (Newcolor v2.2 on Mac OS 10.2). I followed the extended range profile tutorial from hutchcolor (link here) to create a profile to open up the shadows. In the software, there is an exposure setting which defaults to 0 and can be changed to -10 to +10. I changed this to +7 for this scan. Scanned as Tiff ProPhoto RGB 16 BIT and then adjust the white point slide on the levels. Simple as that!

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Here are few from my 1st test roll on the Hasselblad XPan. Such a fun camera to shoot with.


Garden Leaves by Pali K, on Flickr


Garden Leaves by Pali K, on Flickr


Bricks by Pali K, on Flickr

Hasselblad Xpan w/ 45mm | Kodak TMax 100 @ 65
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Here are more XPan images from today's stroll around the town.


Graffiti Wall by Pali K, on Flickr


Bethesda Row by Pali K, on Flickr

Hasselblad XPan w 45mm | Kodak TMax 100
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If I shot more positives a Tango would be at the top of my wishlist for sure. For negatives I'm guessing the Scanmates might actually be slightly better given their smaller aperture and thus theoretical higher resolution? I also find that the inversion proces is rather straight forward on my SM5000 - I rarely need to do a lot more than choose a black point and do a slight curves adjustment.
Recently I started doing enlargements in my dark room again and was surprised at how closely my wetprints matched my scans in tonality. The scans from the SM5000 looks analog as silly as that might sound. Still wishing for a solution to the 16bit bug though (grr)!
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I think this may just be the best thread on RRF! Amazing photos - keep them coming
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I hope reflective drum scans are OK, too?

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If I shot more positives a Tango would be at the top of my wishlist for sure. For negatives I'm guessing the Scanmates might actually be slightly better given their smaller aperture and thus theoretical higher resolution? I also find that the inversion proces is rather straight forward on my SM5000 - I rarely need to do a lot more than choose a black point and do a slight curves adjustment.
Recently I started doing enlargments in my dark room again and was surprised at how closely my wetprints matched my scans in tonality. The scans from the SM5000 looks analog as silly as that might sound. Still wishing for a solution to the 16bit bug though (grr)!
Kamph, that is my conclusion as well. I was not in the market for a Tango and would have never bought it had it not been for the SM11K board being lost in mail scare that I had for 3 months. Because of the situation, I started looking for a replacement SM11K and instead found a Tango which I am very happy about. I don't think Tango is necessary if you already have a good working drum scanner unless you shoot slides that have deep shadow details.

SM5K is an amazing scanner for most slides as well. Keep in mind that SM5K and SM11K resolve more shadow detail at the higher DPI settings.

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I agree and will absolutely keep them coming.

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Beautiful! Nice to see some reflective scans.

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Keep in mind that SM5K and SM11K resolve more shadow detail at the higher DPI settings.

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I've noticed this as well. I was wondering if one might be able to get better shadow performance if one was to choose a larger aperture (at the expense of some resolution of course)? I've heard that choosing the smallest aperture on some of the Howtek scanners will introduce more noise in the shadows but i'm not sure if this is the case with the SM. They have different light sources after all.
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I hope reflective drum scans are OK, too?

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Out again with the XPan but with slide film this time. Hope you like them.



After the rain by Pali K, on Flickr

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Morning light by Pali K, on Flickr

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I scanned another version from the same roll at 5000 DPI to see how much resolution is there on the XPan image on Prova 100F. No surprise, there is amazing detail on the slide and this point and shoot camera can make quite big enlargements.



High Resolution Scan Sample

Hasselblad XPan 45mm | Fujifilm Provia 100F
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Link to the full 5000 DPI scan

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Shadowed Time [4x5 Film] by Pali K, on Flickr

Sinar Norma 4x5 | Kodak Ektar 152mm f4.5 Tessar | Illford HP5+
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