Old 10-09-2019   #41
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I should first qualify what I scan and why. I do mainly film negatives so I can access them on a PC or other digital means. I am going through the process of scanning all the older negs that I have. That means I want to scan many frames at a time.
I use an Epson V800 with the V750 35mm negative holder which holds 4 strips of six 35mm film. That's 24 frames in one scan.
I also have a Nikon Coolscan IV when the need for better quality scan arises.
Software is Vuescan for both.
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Old 10-09-2019   #42
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Works as nice a my D5400 Minolta whose software no longer works. Available software is trash, tried it all.
I use the paid-for version of Silverfast 8 with my 5400, which is very different from any of the bundled versions, and personally I find it excellent (running Windows 10).
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