|Scanning 2x2 Slides :|
|To give you some idea what the scanning quality can be from a mounted, 35mm Ektachrome slide, look at the image at the right. It is the full-frame view of a slide that I shot in Rome in September 1972, and "scanned", mounted in an ordinary plastic frame, in January 1998. The full frame is 2400x3600 pixels, the image displayed here is 240x360, or one-tenth actual size.|
Now, the little image segment, also 1/10th size, is from the LEFT EDGE of the full-frame image, just about even with the foundation of the Coliseum, and the crosswalk in the highway.
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Another consideration in hi-res scanning is storage. This full-frame image, in uncompressed .TIF format is a whopping 26 megabytes, so it is only practical to do these images if you are also going to pay to have them put on a CD for return to you.
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