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Nikon - nikon scan 4.0.3 purple tint

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I have been using Vuescan with a Nikon Coolscan LS4000 scanner for slides. Then I compared some Vuescan images (4000 dpi 16bit/channel) to some Nikon Scan 3.0 images (2000 dpi, 8bit) done 15 years ago. The old Nikon scanned images won hands down in terms of detail. Vuescan images also tend to be overly dark. So I resurrected Nikon Scan (version 4.0.3 for Win 7) and cranked it up. Unfortunately it is producing scans and output with a deeply saturated purple tint. Any thoughts on how to get a color correction at the time of scan without going into post processing? The tint is so deeply saturated, that even aggressive postprocessing can''t completely remove it without washing out the overall color

 
Date: Feb 15, 2017    Labels: Nikon


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