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converting your film negatives or slides to digital (film scanning with a camera)
35mm film negatives or slides often only hold about 8-10mp of data (6×6 MF slides probably give 24-36mp) so any current digital camera has enough resolution to maximise this as long as your technique and the lens is good, and accurately focused and exposed.
slides and negatives are shot with emulsion side to lens to get the best sharpness
ensure light source does not hit the camera side of the film nor the camera lens
for medium format, you can consider taking panorama style individual sections and stitching them for higher resolution images
Using a Micro Four Thirds camera to copy 35mm film negatives or slides
photo/filmscan.txt · Last modified: 2020/03/23 07:33 by gary1