Senior HTF Member
- Oct 5, 1998
- Boise, ID
- Real Name
My requirements, including cost and time, were different. I bought a Wolverine F2D Titan, which arrived today. I'm playing around with the settings and discovered that you have to set the "sharpness" value at the lowest possible value (minus 2). This of course should be no surprise to HTF members: the first thing we did for decades now when buying a new TV was to crank the sharpness setting down.We tried the Wolverine, and ended up returning it. The quality just isn't there. If you have low expectations, you'll like it just fine. We got much better results with our CanoScan 900F Mark II flatbed scanner's transparency lid.
The following was taken by my dad (no photographer) on Kodachrome in 1968. This is the "raw" output from the F2D at -2 sharpness.