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Nikon LS-9000 Film Scanner (35 mm)

alaAverage 3.4

3 reviews

Apr, 2014

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On average, users rate this product 67/100.

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Nikon LS-9000 Film Scanner (35 mm)

 

I have used the Canoscan 4000, the Minolta 5400 and the Nikon 8000 before getting the 9000. Without a doubt, the best scanner for 35mm as well as Medium Format that I have used. The colors are just about perfect. I use the Nikon software as well as...

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Nikon LS-9000 Film Scanner (35 mm)

 

Having owned a Coolscan 4000 for about 1.5 years before getting the 9000ED, I was already familiar with the Nikon coolscan familly. Installation was very easy and I was able to carry out my first scan less than 10 minutes after having taken the scanner...

The scanning quality is good, probably best in this price range from what I have seen. One should however not expect to be able to extract 100% of definition and dynamic range. The ICE4 function works very well, but can significantly slow down the...

I have experienced some problems with Newton rings when scanning 6*45 Velvia 100F with the Glass holder. It seems that this is related to how clean the glass holder/neg is, but it is difficult to predict when problems will show up. Repositionning the...

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Nikon LS-9000 Film Scanner (35 mm)

 

A very capable scanner let down by quality problems and poor film carriers. After experiencing problems with three of these scanners I am now using a Minolta Multi Pro. 1) First 9000 ED arrived. Had dents in the casing. Made a very loud whining sound...

Superb quality scans

Poor build quality. Flimsy film holders. Supplied medium format holder not up to the job. Buy the glass holder (£300+ !!!!)

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