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  1. Hi Friends, I don't know what is it, its not doing always like this, and its only on medium format films, how can I Fix it ? Thanks
  2. Hello, I am the owner of Negative and Print photo lab in Detroit, MI. We bought a Fuji SP3000 through CRES Imaging in Washington that came from Dublin, Ireland. The whole process has been somewhat of a nightmare as we bought the scanner two months ago and just received it Friday. Anyways we unpacked everything and turned it on. I went through the Pre Operation check and got the error "Connection to the Imaging Controller Failed. Check the Network Connection." I clicked OK and saw a box saying "E-1775 1st service menu not found. Check the service menu setting file." I've been reading a lot about needing a separate computer with a PIC running a software called C4C5 on it so the scanner can export the files to the separate computer. The problem is I have no idea how to set this up and would be extremely grateful for any and all help. Respectfully, Suraj Bhamra
  3. Hi everyone, I have a few questions regarding scanning these type of films: 1. 35 mm reversal films - the manual says that reversal films must be cut to strips in order to be scanned, however I know of a lab that can scan the whole film, without cutting it. Does anyone know how to do this? 2. 35mm negative cross processed films - the problem here is that the upper and lower edges of the films are transparent (instead of the usual brown edges), therefore the scanner doesn't know how to scan the film and prompts me to use the Multi-film Carrier MFC10AY instead. Does anyone know how to scan these cross processed films in the regular 35mm carrier? Thank you very much!!
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