Kodak 2035 vs. Newer Scanners?

Discussion in 'Kodak' started by Ken Spencer, Apr 8, 2005.

  1. Ken Spencer

    Ken Spencer Guest

    For a whole bunch of years I have been scanning my 35mm negs with the
    Kodak 2035 scanners at work. They use a halogen light source, so the
    scans don't pick up a lot of artifacts from the film base and
    scratches. I get really nice scans - it will handle over-exposed film
    well, and the tonalities are really smooth.

    I would like to buy my own scanner, to replace my personal Nikon LS-20
    whose scans were not even CLOSE to the Kodak. Given all the new
    developments, can someone suggest a decent scanner for 35mm (and or 6x7
    maybe...) that will give me really nice scans. I expect this machine
    would cost around $1000, or will it cost more than that? Or less?

    thanks,

    Ken
     
    Ken Spencer, Apr 8, 2005
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