I didn't think the color restoration looked correct to me. I've left that unchecked. Digital ICE also doubles the scan time, I might disable it then. Color correction I can do in post. Not sure if I can back roll, these are already cut. They're usually about 4 or 5 images at most sometimes 1 or 2 on one short segment, usually at the first part of roll and last. It'll be tricky. Overall, it's not too bad. I know there was a plastic tool included to straighten it. Oh, and a few I've run across where the image was red which the scanner corrected a little but the color is still washed. And found one roll that had been doubled exposed, I guess someone rewound it and forgot to pull it. I forgot to mention my wife worked in a Walmart photo lab for a time when we first met so we got lots of film developed then.
There is something more personal about film. I think it's because now that film is more expensive and you can't immediately see the results like with digital, there's more reason to make each shot count, to be minimalistic in shot selection. You can't fire off shot after shot like digital and that's the point, film is just special that way like it or not.
And then there's the quality, and viewing your shots, I have no doubt these will look good in a slide viewer or on a 4K 3D display. I think the Fuji looks pretty good with 10mp but that's if the lenses are both in focus. Film look is also another appeal, if that is your thing. I like it, it's something you can't really duplicate in post. Film just has that nostalgic feeling, digital is more accurate, film more artistic and natural.
So close to spring I can't hardly wait! I want to shoot on these cameras but it's still so blah outside.
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