FLAAR Reports - Wide Format Printers

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FLAAR Reports - Wide Format Printers

FLAAR REPORTSPreview of Photo Wide Format Printer Series5Scanning Medium Format and 4 x 5 inch Transparenciesfor Photographers who wish to print on wideformat printers: inkjet and/or laser-light RGB digitalimagers.Scanning medium format and large format chromes isa bit different than scanning 35mm negs and slides, sowe have a separate report on each in this series. Theentire FLAAR project on digital imaging is based on theJapanese ministry of education providing a grant forProfessor Hellmuth to assist the National Museum ofEthnology, Osaka, on how to scan their photo archive(which was largely Dr Hellmuth’s own photos which themuseum had purchased the year before). This Japaneseproject and a succeeding scanner project had a budgetof about $250,000. So you get all the results of all theseyears experience, for an economical $142 for the entireseries (or discounted down still further to $120 if you havealready become part of the FLAAR favored readers byfilling out the inquiry form).ContentsAbstractKodak Photo CD and Kodak ScannersPrinting Stock Photos from CDsJPEG and Compression SchemesRGB vs CMYKScanner selectionUpdate on scanner brandsWhat scanners does the FLAAR photoarchive use?What about the Imacon scanners?Older models of scanners or used scannersScanner softwareToaster-sized 35mm slide scannersBatch Scanning AttachmentsWe don’t recommend entry-level flatbedscannersUMAX scannersFuji flatbed scannersReality of good scannersOverhead Scanning Systems to handlelarge originals such as paintingsCan you use your megapixel digitalcamera?How much dpi do you really need?Which computer to use?SoftwareSummaryThe History of Scanning TechnologyWhere and How to Store your scannedimages?Summary of where to buy and/or where toobtain further informationOtherBooks on photography and scanningSources and Resources on the InternetFor further informationAdvisoryAcknowledgements

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