Anyone tried flatbed scanning film and camera copying?

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justinwonnacott Contributing Member • Posts: 999
Re: Anyone tried flatbed scanning film and camera copying?

Leswick II wrote:

justinwonnacott wrote:

I have been copying colour negatives on a mabeth illuminator with a 150mm apochromatic macro, 5ds raw and processed with vuescan pro. I will never go back to traditional scanning. Faster, good colour controls, choice of film stocks and 48 bit workflow too.

2cents.

What macro are you using ? Also, can you provide the link for the illuminator. Thanx

A sigma 150mm apo lens f 2.8 .. a heavy monster very sharp and goes 1:1. The illuminator is an old macbeth transparency table, with a beseler negative holder for 4x5 negs that clamps the negs and holds them flat and provides a black mask around the film. Shot on a 5ds in raw.

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