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  1. #41
    andslm
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    sorry...

    but what is CP950 and why need EPSON scanner ??

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    Originally posted by andslm
    sorry...

    but what is CP950 and why need EPSON scanner ??
    CP950 is Nikon Coolpix 950.

    I do not have a lighbox, so I make use of my Epson scanner Flim adapter as light source.

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    er...is there such a film as "Fuji Film Supria 100"? Are you trying to say Fuji Superia 100 or Kodak Supra 100?

    BTW, why don't use a scanner?? A normal flatbed scanner with film adapter (cost: S$200++) can scan easily for slides and negs or scan normal documents.

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    Originally posted by Mouse
    er...is there such a film as "Fuji Film Supria 100"? Are you trying to say Fuji Superia 100 or Kodak Supra 100?

    BTW, why don't use a scanner?? A normal flatbed scanner with film adapter (cost: S$200++) can scan easily for slides and negs or scan normal documents.
    A flatbed scanner with film adaptor which costs about $200++ gives pretty bad results. At least that's what I got with the office's HP 5470c. Scans prints very well, scans film/slides rather badly.

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    CK

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