Casio Exilim EX-V7
Announced Jan 8, 2007 •
7 megapixels | 2.5″ screen | 38 – 266 mm (7×)
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I've inherited thirty years' worth of photographs -- slides and negatives alike. I'd like to digitize quite a few of them to share with family members. The images are mostly 35 mm, color negative and slides alike, but some Minox as well. Any recommendations for scanners? Is there anyone making dedicated film scanners currently? I know the Nikon Coolscan series have been discontinued -- but is it worthwhile looking for one? (They seem awfully expensive...) And if so, which model? Can they be...
Hi to all! It's barely been two months since I've bought a license to ACDSee Pro 6 and it has already been released v7. I haven't got MUCH time to properly use my current version yet (although I'm pretty satisfied with what I've seen and used so far. Specially for the price!), so probably I won't feel the need to upgrade anytime soon, but..... has anyone used version 7 yet? Is there any new "killer feature" or signifcant improvement? Anything that'd justify extra $60 for someone who just...
I am about to take the plunge into full frame and am wondering if the D800/e would be a good tool for slide copying. With the new sensor and the improved dynamic range, are we now approaching what could be done with, say, an Epson V750 flatbed scanner. Has anyone tried this yet? Bill G --Photo Geezer
I've just upgraded from a Quadro 2000 to an AMD v7900 - and while the card seems pretty awesome I have an issue in that everything looks like it's set to 10-bit colour mode, but ramp.psd is not as smooth as it was before (even after reprofiling and recalibrating everything) Does anyone have any ideas what I may have missed? Thanks in advance! Oh it's windows 8 64 bit and Photoshop CC - it was working with the...
What is the correct way to scan old photo prints for moderate restoration (removing color cast, cleaning speckles and dust, sharpening, cropping, etc): 1) Scan originals at neutral to match it as close as possible, and then perform PP in Photoshop such as adjusting Levels and Curves. 2) Scan originals while adjusting scanner setting to fix/restore photos during scan, and then do any additional PP if needed. My scanner is Epson V700 if that makes a difference.
I have dozens of 4x6 photos that I need to digitize. I see that most photo scanner reviews discuss the film scanning feature, but in my case I don't have the negatives, so I will be using the actual prints for scanning. Any suggestions for a good scanner? Considering Epson V600, but can go up to V700 if it makes a noticeable difference for prints.