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  1. Hello, So I've noticed that even after doing Negative Slope Correction using my calibration negatives. When scanning film, the noritsu software will still compensate colour correction. Ie. if there is an image with lots of RED, it will add quite a lot of CYAN, which I then need to reduce to bring back to normal. I am wondering if it is at all possible to turn off Auto colour correction and just have the software start with the slope data they I have entered. I am using a Noritsu 3502, latest software, S3 scanner. Thanks,
  2. Hi all, I have a question about colour settings on the Noritsu D701 and D703, using EZ Controller. I currently have two D701’s, and one D703. The two D701’s are running from a single EZ Controller version 5.060.040, and the D703 is running from a separate EZ Controller version 5.80.020. All 3 printers print pretty much the same colour – they originally were all over the place, but we now have the same profile running on all 3, the grey setup is correct, and all three machines print a very close match – this is good! However, although they print the same, they all print dark images. I have tried various profiles, D701, D703, D1005 and some of my own – the current profile is by far the best in terms of colour, its just all 3 are dark. (The current profile is for the Nortisu D703, and we do have the Profile software running as well BTW... ) If I process an order by PJP (on any machine) and adjust the “white” by -6 to -7 then everything is perfect. Also, on the newer version (5.80.020) there is a new icon on the PJP screen, which when clicked gives you 9 new pre-sets (Scene Correction) If I choose “Shade” then once again everything is perfect, colours, contrast, brightness etc. So, is there a way to set this as a default? Either via the Print Channel’s or somewhere hidden in the menu? I can access the engineers menu, but can’t find a “global brightness” setting, if there is such a thing. Is there any way I can implement a change, per channel. I can see in Management Tool / Print Channel / Image Quality Settings, there is a whole page dedicated to DSA and Balance Memory per channel, but I can’t see to get any changes working in there. I’d be eternally grateful of any help that can be offered, having this dark issue is a real pain. Many thanks in advance. Andy
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