minolta Dual Scan III scanner

Discussion in 'Minolta' started by Raj, Oct 6, 2003.

  1. Raj

    Raj Guest

    I am considering a Minolta Dimage Dual Scan III film scanner.
    Anyone here has any opinions. It is around $275 us dollars.

    Raj, Oct 6, 2003
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    John Bean Guest

    It's performance is above it's price. Unless you are prepared to pay
    twice as much, you're unlikely to do better.
    You're welcome.
    John Bean, Oct 6, 2003
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  3. Raj

    Nick C Guest

    I bought one to keep as a spare in case my Nikon scanner needed servicing.
    When I bought it I did spend the time using it and becoming familiar with
    it. My opinion is, for the money, you more than likely will not be able to
    find a better scanner.

    Nick C, Oct 7, 2003
  4. Raj

    Loren Coe Guest

    i don't know about the III, but UPS just delivered a model 950 which
    does nearly all film formats, including 6x6cm. it is a substantial
    looking beastie and has good doc's, cost 299+shipping.

    my purchase was based on a recent thread in rec.crafts.metalworking,
    which still s/b avail. --Loren
    Loren Coe, Oct 7, 2003
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    Yuji Sakuma Guest

    I have one and I like it. A minor weakness is that the dust and scratch
    remover provided with the scanner is not great (unless it has been improved
    since I bought mine last year). This is not a problem for me since my
    slides are fairly clean and I just use a clone tool to remove dust spots. I
    have found that the Polaroid Dust and Scratch Remover software works much,
    much better than the Minolta utility. It is a free download from the
    Polaroid website.

    Best regards,

    Yuji Sakuma

    Yuji Sakuma, Oct 7, 2003
  6. Raj

    Flame Guest

    this is the best scanner for the price! Get you... photographer you
    Flame, Oct 8, 2003
  7. Raj

    NJH Guest

    I have one and it's great. Just can't beat it for the price.

    Read the review at Steve's Digicams:


    NJH, Oct 8, 2003
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