WTB: Bulk film scanner (35/120)

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  1. fotoobscura

    fotoobscura Subscriber

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    I've had a LS4000 for about 15 years now- in perfect shape, but I've been meaning to upgrade to a 120 for a long time. I've been using a flatbed to scan 120's but the quality is just not there and it's a kludgy process. Furthermore I can't scan 120 in bulk with it.

    Can anyone suggest (or has) a professional level scanner that does bulk 35 and 120? I'm okay with a standalone if that's what it has to come down to. I know all the Nikon's are discontinued and I don't believe the 9000 can can more than 4 120's at a time anyway.

    A huge bonus would be to be able to scan different formats like 8mm, 110 and APS, etc.

    Thanks
     
  2. Ian Faisal

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    maybe Noritsu HS-1800, but its pricey
    noritsu company still making film scanner
     
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    Dear , I am looking for hs 1800 do you have in stock?
    Majid
     
  4. Ian Faisal

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    i dont have it, maybe you could contact Noritsu directly from their website
    i just use kodak pakon f135
     
  5. yurihuta

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    I have a Nikon LS-8000 that I bought from a fellow who (at the time - ten years ago?) had had it serviced by Nikon USA. I have the 35mm (negative strip and mounted slide holders) as well as the 120 (I think three different type - two with glass) film holders. You can still purchase off brand holders/inserts to handle smaller format films. I realize you said you want bulk scanning, but with all the film holders I have, you could pre-load them with negatives/slide strips and have them ready to go. I have had it sitting in an airtight (giant sealed rubbermaid-like container) since I received it and ran a couple of tests strips through it.
     
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