Canon EOS Rebel G 35mm film Questions

Started Dec 27, 2012 | Questions thread
Y0GI Veteran Member • Posts: 5,233
Re: Canon EOS Rebel G 35mm film Questions

Dan Hudson wrote:

As suggested by this group, I used a different processor (Walgreens) and got very good negatives. I have an Epsom Perfection V500 Scanner which makes good positive scans. At first My scans were better than the CD images that the first processor provided, but were still a little hazy. I changed scan DPI and sRGB and the scans became fine without haze. Started at 300 DPI and went to 1200 DPI. I do not believe the DPI had anything to do with the quality improvement. It must have been that I checked ICC sRGB. What DPI should I scan at for images of sharp quality at 11 x 14 and larger?

Thanks again everyone!!!

You're talking about scanning the 35mm film negative, right?  If so, I would scan at your scanner's maximum resolution, hopefully something like 2400 or 4800 DPI.

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