Anybody scanning 35mm panaramas with Epson V600?
Old 08-18-2019   #1
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Anybody scanning 35mm panaramas with Epson V600?

Is anybody scanning 35mm panoramas including the sprocket holes with an Epson V600 scanner?

I shot the panoramas with a Holga 120 camera and am trying to preserve the sprocket hole parts of the negatives when I scan the film.

I have tried taping the film to an 120 sized piece of ANR glass and putting that in the 120 film holder. Close to the tape, the scan is shape, away form the tape, the scan is not sharp.

Putting the film on the scanner glass didn't work. Putting the ANR glass on the scanner glass didn't work either.

Any suggestions?

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Anybody scanning 35mm panaramas with Epson V600?
Old 08-18-2019   #2
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Anybody scanning 35mm panaramas with Epson V600?

From their website it looks like the lomography digitaliza 35mm version may be useful here: website appears to indicate it will let you scan sprockets.

I can vouch for these digitalizas being pretty well made and working with my epson v800. The 120 version is far less annoying than the epson holders to the extent I may buy another to do two at once. I use the epson holders for 35mm panoramics, but i don't need the sprockets.
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Old 08-18-2019   #3
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You could wet mount the film to the glass then it would stay flat.
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Old 08-18-2019   #4
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Joe is correct - the digitliza holder works well to show sprocket holes. But you may have light leaks/flare coming through the holes. I only see this w negative film not slide film.
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I just scanned a 35mm kodak gold negative , ( I've always simply laid the negative on the glass and covered with a thin plate of glass ) , the sprocket
holes are dark slots . Scanned as B&W also produced dark slots . Peter
ps; I also use the v600 and it's software.
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Old 08-25-2019   #6
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I followed Peter's suggestion and the sprocket holes and Kodak edge printing on the Kodak Gold 200 film was nice and sharp.



Thanks all for your suggestions and comments.



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Old 08-25-2019   #7
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I shoot the 35mm film in a Holga 120WPC wide pinhole camera.

I put the 35mm film in a 120 film holder for scanning in my Epson 850 scanner.


Pinhole Panoramic by Narsuitus, on Flickr
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