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If the scanning material, scanner and scanning software are not set correctly, you will experience problems scanning film or slides. Symptoms you may experience include:. Guidance is also provided on the appropriate settings you should make in your scanning software. These are used as examples to help illustrate the described parts, checks and steps as these are generally common to all scanners and All-In-Ones which are capable of film scanning.
For further information, please see the documentation that came with your scanner and film adapter. For scanners, the transportation lock is located either at the side, back, or bottom of the scanner. For All-In-Ones, it is located under the document cover. See your product’s user guide for instructions and a guide to the scanner parts and functions. For scanning to take place, the scanner’s transportation lock must be in the unlocked position. You should only try to move the transportation lock to the locked or unlocked position when the scanner is powered off.
This step does not apply to the following scanner models as the scanner cover cable is not detatchable. Move to step 5. Before connecting or disconnecting the cover cable, power off the scanner using its power switch. For scanners without a power switch, unplug the scanner’s power cord to power it off. Hold the film at the edges, or else use gloves. Touching the film surface with bare hands can leave fingerprints or other traces on the film.
Make sure the white stickers on the back of the film holder and the areas around them are not scratched, dusty, or covered in any way.
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If the areas are obscured, the scanner may have trouble recognising your film in Full Auto Mode. Do not cover any of the tiny holes in the film holder or the scanner may have trouble recognising which film holder you are using.
In Full Auto Mode, you can scan only 35 mm colour negative film strips or slides. Then select Home Mode or Professional Mode from the drop-down list. Depending on the type of film you are scanning, it should be set to eppson of the following:. If you need to adjust a marquee, click inside it and click the delete marquee icon.
Then select the Normal preview mode and preview the scanner bed again – epeon will allow you to select and adjust the scan epwon yourself. Some scanners that support medium format film, such as the PerfectionV, V, V and V Pro, allow you to use the thumbnail preview mode with medium format film.
You can now select and adjust the scanning area yourself. Use the Zoom function when using marquees to ensure that the edges of the film are not selected or the surrounding area, and only the image itself. If the selected area contains information outside the film then that information will be included in the exposure calculation and may result in an inaccurate exposure and therefore incorrect colours.
You can select the scan area using a marquee. A marquee is a moving dotted line that appears on the edges of your preview image to indicate the scan area.
This is particularly useful when you want to scan multiple film frames e.
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Refer to your user’s guide for specific information relating to scanning the film sizes supported by your scanner model, selecting and adjusting the scan area, and making software settings. The following articles may also offer some assistance, depending on your scanner model:. When not using the film holder, you can store it inside the document cover. Not signed in yet? We respect your privacy. Your email address or other details will never be shared with any 3rd parties and you will receive only the type of content for which you signed up.
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Contact Us Submit your contact details below and an Epson expert will be in touch: Return back to support options for Epson Perfection V Epson Scanner and All-In-One range: Symptoms you 3v3 experience include: The scanned image is dark or under-exposed. You cannot select ‘Film’ or a ‘TPU: Make sure the document mat is removed from the scanner cover.
Open the scanner cover and gently slide up the document mat to remove it. Some examples are provided below. Perfection, V, Perfrction, Vmake sure that this is set to the unlocked position. See your scanner’s user guide for instructions. Check the connector for any bent pins.
Next, quit any open applications and restart the computer. Use a soft cloth to wipe the transparency unit window and the document table before placing your film or perfwction. Your images and any wording on the film strips should appear backwards on the side that faces up like a mirror image.
Close the covers over the film and press them down until they click. Then press down on all the edges of the covers to secure them. Make sure the film or slide holder is placed on the scanner correctly.
If the film holder has an arrow in one corner, make sure that this corner fits into the corresponding corner labelled on the scanner’s document bed. If the film holder does not have either tabs or arrows, place it on the document table in alignment with the upper corner of the document table as you would for reflective document scanning.
Scanner All-In-One Leave the part pefrection the film holder or film area guide shown below uncovered.
The cut-out section of the film holder is the calibration area – this should not be covered or obscured otherwise the colours in your scans will be affected or scans will be dark and under-exposed. Example using the Perfection Depending on the type of film you are scanning, it should be set to one of the following: Once you have selected your basic settings, resolution and destination options, you can preview your images and select or adjust the area of the images you want to scan.
The scanning software displays the preview images in a separate preview window on your screen. There are two types of preview: Normal preview displays your previewed images in their entirety. You must select the scan area and make any image quality adjustments manually. Thumbnail preview displays your previewed images as thumbnails. Thumbnail is the default preview type when scanning film or slides. Click the Configuration button in the Manual mode window.
Clear the tick in the checkbox beside Thumbnail located under the Preview button. For some models, you will need to click the arrow next to the Preview button, if it is available. If you are viewing the Normal preview and you only have one photo on the document table, you can click the auto locate icon to automatically draw a marquee.
If you are scanning multiple images at the same time and you want to apply any image adjustments to all of your images or scan areas, click All in the Preview window before you begin making your adjustments.
If you draw multiple marquees, make sure you click All in the Preview window before you scan. Otherwise, only the area inside the last marquee you drew will be scanned. Previewing and adjusting the scan area Refer to your user’s guide for specific information relating to scanning the film sizes supported by your scanner model, selecting and adjusting the scan area, and making software settings.
The following articles may also offer some assistance, depending on your scanner model: Epson PerfectionV, and V users: Can I scan X-ray film with my Epson scanner?
PerfectionV, V Pro – Troubleshooting scanning larger film with the film area guide When you are finished scanning film, be sure to replace the document mat before scanning documents or photos. Open the document cover. Slide the film holder into the document cover. Insert the reflective document mat. Close the document cover. For more information on storing the film holder, please see your user’s guide.
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