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Old December 16th 03, 09:32 PM
Mike
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Default Question on morning setup prints in Noritsu 1801

Hello all,

I have problem with morning setup prints in Noritsu 1801. All 3 prints
have different color, they are not grey. I did data clear, and after this
completely setup lab - light source registered, cut filter setup and filter
setup - everything... But, anyway +1D print comes with big magenta
color. -1D print coms with cyan color. ND prints comes really grey, and
photos from films comes great, but anyway I feel not everything OK. If I
print 3 prints from the same negative - -1D, ND, +1D, they comes with
different colors....
Maybe I have to replace filters? Lamp is new, densitometer and scanner
are adjusted, everything cleaned up....
If somebody can help me, please email me privately (I don't often read
newsgroups) to -


Mike.


 




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