Olympus mju-II. Fill-flash is used. Full frame
Fuji Superia 400
Minolta Scan Elite II
When I looked through the viewfinder, I got a much more cropped view. This accounts for the empty space on the top and on the right. I tried to fill the camera in the viewfinder as much as I could; this is very close to the minimum focusing distance of 30 cm.
A Closer Look
An image of 900x600 is cropped from the original image of 2016x1344. It is then resized and cropped to 640x427.
This shows the resolution available in a scanned image.
Scanned using VueScan 6.2.x. 64-bit raw scan at 1410 dpi. Rescanned to 24-bit TIFF with film type = Fuji Super HG ISO 100 Gen 2, Adobe color space, auto-levels with black point at 8% and white point at 3%.
Scaled using bilinear interpolation in Adobe Photoshop 6.0. Sharpened (USM 90%, 1.3 radius, threshold 5) before scaling. Converted to JPEG with quality 7.
I chose the output size as 640 pixels rather than my conventional 755 to save space.