jb7 wrote:I use a 750, and I found that the correct focus for 8x10 film was just above the glass-
If your ANR glass is large enough, you could tape your neg to it, then suspend the sandwich, film side down,
over the scanning bed-
A coin (pennies might work) in each corner will lift the neg off the bed;
you'll need to test to find the correct height-
I don't use the anr glass, but picture framing glass, with a slight texture, works fine...
I strongly suspect the newton rings you're seeing are from the scanner flatbed glass, not the AN glass.
the 8x10 "holder" provided with the V700/750 scanners is merely a plastic film "frame" you place around the edges of the film to try to keep it flat
Julian Boulter wrote:Hadn't realised the 700 scanners came with this for 10x8, my 4990 does not, wondering if they are compatible, may not be ideal as I like scanning the film borders too but if anyone has one and is not planning to use 10x8 I would be interested in buying it.
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