scanners for slides and digital cameras
una at LANL.GOV
Tue Jun 4 16:00:03 CDT 2002
Despite being a long-time computer weenie (or perhaps because of
it?), I still prefer to use a conventional camera and film (with
full control over film, lens, f-stop, exposure, etc.), and send
the film off to a lab for digital duplication. With film, I get
the best return on my time and money.
I routinely crop images, provided the pixel count is high enough.
I use film precisely because it delivers that high pixel count
at low cost. High-end digital cameras are still very expensive,
unless your volume is high. The break-even point is somewhere in
the range of thousands of images per year.
Hope this helps,
Los Alamos National Laboratory, MS K-710, Los Alamos, NM 87545
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