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    wtb: nikon LS 9000 ed film scanner

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    Re: wtb: nikon LS 9000 ed film scanner

    Hello, I was just looking through the FS items and found your post. We have a Coolscan 9000 with the glass carrier due in this coming week. I expect it to be in top condition, complete, but no box, for around $2250.00

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    Re: wtb: nikon LS 9000 ed film scanner

    Quote Originally Posted by sean cranor View Post
    Hello, I was just looking through the FS items and found your post. We have a Coolscan 9000 with the glass carrier due in this coming week. I expect it to be in top condition, complete, but no box, for around $2250.00

    Sean Cranor
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    Hi Sean:

    They are $100-$400 cheaper new at B&H and Adorama.
    Thanks though.

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    Re: wtb: nikon LS 9000 ed film scanner

    that's IF they ever come into stock at BH. KEH sometimes has them for around the same price too.

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    Re: wtb: nikon LS 9000 ed film scanner

    They've stopped making them so I doubt all remaining backorders will be filled. Bummer because It's a great value scanner.

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    Re: wtb: nikon LS 9000 ed film scanner

    Quote Originally Posted by rastas View Post
    Hi Sean:

    They are $100-$400 cheaper new at B&H and Adorama.
    Thanks though.
    I've had these on backorder from Nikon for quite some time and I do not think that they are going to ship any more of these ever. This one comes with the glass carrier, which is also very hard to find. In any case, it is still available....

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    Re: wtb: nikon LS 9000 ed film scanner

    Exactly. They've been on backorder now for about 6 months. Also why I'm going to wait one more year to sell my 9000 outfit -- I figure a year from now the prices will be about double (and I have the box!)

    FWIW, Sean is excellent to deal with -- if he says it's in top shape, you can bet it is.
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    I second the recommendation for Sean...he has gotten the majority of my business (and funds....) for a number of years.

    Nice to see his presence here.

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    Re: wtb: nikon LS 9000 ed film scanner

    jack:

    is your LS9000 working with snow leopard? mine ain't right

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    Re: wtb: nikon LS 9000 ed film scanner

    Hi John:

    It works fine if you use VueScan (Hamrick Software). The Vuescan UI is a bit weird to get the hang of, but once you do and kind just go with it, the results are awesome: http://www.hamrick.com/
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    Re: wtb: nikon LS 9000 ed film scanner

    I ended up with a H343 scanner as I could not get older Nikon Scan to work on the Mac...had to return a LS 9000 when they first came out...in spite of the fact I could run my 4000 without a glitch.

    Vuescan worked great with the LS 9000 as did Lasersoft Silverscan.

    Bob

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