From: terry lindquist (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 11/11/02-12:51:15 PM Z
I see that there is lots of interest and questions about the Imacon
scanners. Photowrkshop.com is doing a special chat (Nov. 24th 3pm Eastern
time) with Christian Poulsen, the founder of the Imacon flextight and 3F.
There are full details on http://photoworkshop.com. It is a good idea to
pre-register even though it is free.
on 11/9/02 19:37, Rick Becker-Leckrone at email@example.com wrote:
> I own an Imacon Photo. A few snafus when setting it up, but once I got it
> going, it does fantastic work. I did several months of due diligence before
> purchasing, there just isn't anything out there of this quality at the same
> price point. I'd be happy to post some scans for you to check out, or
> answer any questions you have. My info is below. Feel free to give a call,
> or e-mail off line.
> ps. I should also mention that because Imacon is a smaller company than,
> say, Nikon or many of the other scanner manufacturers, you can actually call
> their head technician with questions. They give great customer service and
> don't jerk you around.
> Rick Becker-Leckrone
> PictureNet Corporation
> 640 Paulson
> Las Vegas, NV 89123
> 702 808-3182
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Campbell [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Saturday, November 09, 2002 4:07 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Other Scanners, MF--Imacon. . . ?
> Greetings, all--
> Lacking Judy's aplomb and sensibility of preference for 35mm film, I've been
> shooting medium format almost exclusively of late. And I've noticed several
> unexpected effects while scanning MF negs with my Epson 1640 SU: 1) cobwebs
> have formed under my arms and around my ears, 2) my children have all
> graduated from college and moved away, and 3) my wife has taken up with a
> young gypsy named Guido. . . .
> I dunno. Maybe I should think of getting a faster scanner. . .
> Farber seems big on the Imacon series, and there appear to be quite a few
> available out there in the refurb market. The Flextight Photo model looks
> particularly promising in cost-to-production terms (20 Mb/minute, 3200 dpi,
> 4.2 Dmax).
> Any comments, advise, or experiences (er, with Imacon, I mean) would be
> Best regards!
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