Can X-ray films be scanned?

Answer Once an x-ray film is developed, it can be scanned. Developed x-ray film is very much like any other film, although sheets of x-ray film are often very thick in order to facilitate handling. You'll... Read More »

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Where do i find scanned images in my folders once i've scanned them?

hold the scan button down until you see the computer respond. you must watch the screen. you can choose where to save it when you close the viewer which will open after the scan. to make it easi... Read More »

Why are my scanned slides turning out black and white when scanned in color?

You don't say which software you're using to do this. I'm thinking that maybe your software is set to black & white by default and this is causing the slides to come in only showing in monochrome. ... Read More »

What are the difference in the cameras used in bollywood films and Hollywood films?

I be been to one of the shootings in India the cameraman said the cost of the camera is 1 crore were as the ones used in Hollywood is 10 crores (panavision genisis) , though slowly now they are swi... Read More »

Do you distinguish between the 'best' films & your favourite films?

Yes, I try to be objective. For example, my personal favorite zombie movie is "Zombieland", but if someone asked me what I thought the best zombie movie is, I might say something like "Dawn of the ... Read More »