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Woohoo! My New Digitaliza Has Come!

The 35mm film scanning mask arrived only this morning. Having recently bought myself a backlit scanner, I thought I'd take it for a spin on my two attempts at shoving a 35mm film into my Diana F+; which returned from the 1-hour lab with frames cropped/sliced/missing and of course none of those juicy sprocket holes! Take a peek...

First Roll:

Old and New
Frankenstein Hat


Coco

Queens Park Suspension Bridge

Bridgegate

Some frames they didn’t even attempt to scan! Here’s my attempt:

Second Roll:

Old and New
Chester Castle


Boat on the River Dee

Salmon Leap

Newgate Walk

The Lady Diana Show Boat

I’m still getting to grips with how to get the best results out of the scanner – any thoughts are welcome!

written by phil2k90

6 comments

  1. jblaze823

    jblaze823

    Shots look way better now that you have scanned them, that's awesome! Mine is on its way to me, so if I learn anything once I get mine I'll let you know

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  2. lislisdotnet

    lislisdotnet

    Just got mine in recent and I love it. Makes scanning my negatives so much easier and less time consuming than what my scanner came with. What backlit scanner did you get? How's it treating you?

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  3. phil2k90

    phil2k90

    @lislisdotnet - I got the Epson V500 - I think it's easy enough to use, but the 120 scanning mask just about fits 2 frames, so when my 120 digitaliza comes I should be scanning more efficiently!

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  4. kneehigh85

    kneehigh85

    OOOO I now want an epson v500 so bad - your scans look great!

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  5. pangmark

    pangmark

    Glad to see it's not just my lab!

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  6. phil2k90

    phil2k90

    @kneehigh85 - I chose that scanner after very strong recommendations on nearly every flikr group I checked out in my extensive research :) The digital ICE technology does a fab job of removing any dust/hairs/scratches etc.

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