eyedude wrote:The image is upside down and reversed in the camera viewfinder.
eyedude wrote:It appears this system is at least 5 years old. Am I close?
eyedude wrote:I was in the ophthalmic imaging business with 2 companies. The consistent problem was sending huge image composites of 9 images that spooled at 90 megabytes. They found a way to make the images in the composite much smaller and consequently speed up the printing time. I typically put 9 images on a page in landscape. It would be nice to save the composite image as a separate image. It would also be nice to be able to put color and B&W images on the same print. I did it by mistake and crashed the software.
eyedude wrote:On the plus side, your software appears very stable and I have not seen the amount of lockups and other glitches common to some imaging companies software.
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