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06-13-2008, 10:42 AM   #1
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[SOLD] Nikon Coolscan V ED 9.5+

Nikon Coolscan V ED 35mm film scanner. $510 shipped in US.
Includes a 36 exp roll of Provia 100F and a Fuji mailer.

I purchased this scanner last summer expecting to be shooting a lot of slides. Didn't have the time and only ended up scanning 4-5 rolls. Includes all original equipment/box. As an added bonus I'll include ICC color profiles I made with Wolf Faust targets. They include one for Ektachrome, Agfachrome, RVP50, RVP RAP 100(F), and RDPIII/Sensia. This scanner completely destroys my Epson V500... as it should for the price . I love it, but I'm selling my 35mm stuff and have moved to medium format.

See a few example Velvia scans here.

PM me if you'd like to see 100% crops.

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06-13-2008, 05:45 PM   #2
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Added 1 roll of Provia 100F and a Fuji mailer as a bonus.
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Price reduced. I haven't sold anything here, but I am trustworthy. Please see my e-bay name: bmwolf80 for my feedback there.
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I don't know Vertex but I've been using this model scanner I borrowed from a friend and it is indeed an awesome piece of equipment. If my camera budget wasn't destroyed I'd buy this, just no way I can afford it Vertex, sorry:-(.

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No worries. If it scanned 6x4.5, I'd be keeping it myself! Scans of Provia/Astia/Velvia rival my K10D.
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Long time no see . Yep , too bad it does not do 120 film . Though I'm sure it will be costing more and worth it , too. I have the 645N so I will pass on this fine machine . Good luck to you .How is the baby ? I still remember that Velvia slide from last year !

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Heya! I've been lurking, just haven't posted in awhile. The baby is more like a small man now(at least in his mind )! Hard to believe how fast he's grown!

Scanner goes on e-bay tomorrow morning. Thanks for looking all.
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Curious for now...Would you be willing to ship to Canada? How much extra.
Does it have a slide tray or cartridge or is it a single slide scan.

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Yes I would be willing to ship to Canada. PM me your general postal code and I will give you more accurate shipping charge.

It includes a single slide adapter as well as a strip adapter for batch scanning a strip of 2-6 frames(positive or negative). Typically when I get slides developed, I ask for them uncut and unmounted. Then I cut them into strips of 6, batch scan 6(if all are keepers) at a time then archive into a binder. 38 seconds a frame!
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Thanks, but if it only has single mounted slide scan it's not for me.
I appreciate your quick reply.
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For that you need the SF-210 adapter and the higher end Super Coolscan 5000. Not cheap! Thanks for looking anyway.
 

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