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Re: [genphoto] scanning photos

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  • Janice Woolley
    Thanks for your input. Janice ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Message 1 of 10 , Apr 24 1:35 PM
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      Thanks for your input.

      Janice


      On Apr 24, 2008, at 8:46 AM, Nanacy Weber wrote:

      > I have had success using the Canon 9950. I have scanned slides,
      > glass negatives and various photos. It has excellent resolution and
      > can scan up to 30 slides at a time. That particular model may be
      > discontinued, but Canon will have a similar new model.
      >
      > Nancy
      >
      > Leslie C <impalin03@...> wrote: I have a HP all in one model
      > 3210 and I can scan slides and 35mm negatives.
      > I personally scanned over 600 slides for my aunt, 4 at a time. It
      > took a bit
      > of time to do, but I wasn't under any time constraints. The quality is
      > pretty good in my opinion. There are a lot of scanners from Epson,
      > Canon and
      > HP that have the slide attachment. It is really easy to do. I then
      > took the
      > finished slides, and put them into a power point presentation for
      > one family
      > member and then on a DVD for my parents. It was really cool.
      >
      > Hope this helps
      >
      > Leslie
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