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Advantageshigh quality scans, large files, robust and intelligently designed.


...The Nikon Super Coolscan 9000 ED is a brilliantly designed multi- format film scanner aimed at professionals but I would seriously recommend it for anyone passionate about photography. It is a joy to use. It scans 35mm, Medium format 120/220, 6x6, 6x7, 6x9 (cm) and 16mm size films. Excellent results with black and white, colour negative and slide film in all the available above formats...

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AdvantagesLooks good, durable and a good range of user interactive settings.

DisadvantagesNot the most vivid of colour capture and a few other problems (see review).

...itself. In the camera market however, you need to give Nikon the benefit of the doubt because they have been producing great cameras since before time itself it would seem. In this day and age when you can buy mobile phones with 8 megapixel cameras built in it is hardly surprising that we are seeing tiny cameras like this S560 from Nikon with 10 megapixel resolution and 5 times optical zooms but we...

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AdvantagesCompact for such a powerful lens. Good build quality. Probably the only size of lens I'll need.

DisadvantagesAll zooms are something of a quality compromise.

...I?ve always liked having a camera that can have interchangeable lenses, even if I don?t buy (m)any. In the case of my current DSLR (Digital Single Lens reflex) a Nikon D7000, I do actually have two lenses. a) The 18-105 mm ?standard zoom? supplied with the camera and b) A further 70-300mm zoom lens that I already had from previous Nikon purchases. Handily, these two lenses have served me well...

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