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I just bought a new UX from Watchbuys and thought it might be fun to put it on a flatbed scanner. It imaged better than I thought, probably because the oil-filled case minimized light refraction. The second hand was ticking as the scan progressed, so it got smoked in a funny way.




 

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very nice resolution, albeit the edges looks discoloured.

mind if i ask which brand's flatbed scanner u used? :think:
 

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very nice resolution, albeit the edges looks discoloured.

mind if i ask which brand's flatbed scanner u used? :think:
I used a HP ScanJet G4010. Then ran it through Photoshop CS4, used the Noiseware Professional plugin to clean up as it was a little grainy. Also I did a duplicate overlay layer, followed by high pass filter. Then removed a few specks of dust.
 

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That came out really good, better than taking a pic.
 
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