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    jaisfoto
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    cfv39 for reproduction of 6x7 color positive film

    Hello,

    I've got a job for reproduction of more than 1000 color slide film (6x7).
    but i don't have much time until the deadline and the price is a bit low.
    so i'll try a repro shooting(1:2) with my hasselblad cfv39&silvestri flexicam&Rodie digaron 70mm HR. especially, the rodie 70mm will arrive in the next week from store. So, i have to prepare the shooting in waiting for the lens in order to save the times.

    1. do you think that this material combination work well for 40x50cm/360dpi/8bits? of coarse, i don't expect the same quality as high end scanner like imacon.

    2. What kind of light source will be best choice? just view box(normicht) or flash with acrylic panel ?

    if you have any experiences like this kind of work, could you share them with me. it'd be a very big help for me.

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: cfv39 for reproduction of 6x7 color positive film

    i would rent an imacon X1 or X5 for raw scans, and process home...

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    Re: cfv39 for reproduction of 6x7 color positive film

    I was thinking of using a flash with the lamp house of my old enlarger.

    If you shift-and-stitch or move-and-stitch with a good macro lens @ 1:1, and a 16 bit hi-rez ¿quad-stitch? back, I think the quality would be as good as a scan... but do you just want to get paid, or build a reputation?

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