ICE is typically a combination of hardware/software feature, and the hardware ICE does not work with B&W film since it uses IR. So if Nikon V works with B&W dust removal, then it's probably just a property of whatever software you are using, and has nothing to do with the hardware scanner per se
Hi, I am new. I was just tinkering with the old man's Retina A1, passed on to me, but never used it.
So I thought to turn the knob just in case there was still some film in it. There was.
How long do those keep?
depends on a lot of things. But I've processed film that had been in an attic for 20 years and got usable images. Not the best quality mind you, but I knew that going in.
Give it a try and see what you can get.
I still have the Betterscanning 120 holder for the V600. But I don't use it because I've upgraded to a V850. What would the holder be worth on the secondary market?
It looks like he was over there as late as last month...
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