FS: Konica / Minolta Scan Multi II - Film Scanner (35mm / 120) - $550

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    Konica Minolta Scan Multi II in excellent condition. I am the second owner of this scanner, the first used it as a backup and I have used it lightly over the last year or so with no problems whatsoever, plugged it in and it's been running ever since. I am selling only because I found a great deal on a Nikon. Scanner includes holders for 35mm film, 35mm slide, APS, 16mm and a glass holder for medium format with masks for 645, 6x6, 6x7, 6x8 and 6x9. I used Vuescan to access the scanner on OSX without any problems, should work fine with Windows assuming you have a SCSI card.

    More info here: http://ca.konicaminolta.com/product...a/dimage/dimagescan-multi2/specification.html

    Sale includes with all original packaging, holders, masks, manuals, software and the addition of a Ratoc FR1SX ($120 from Amazon) SCSI to Firewire converter.

    Scanner is sold as-is, please ask any questions and make sure you understand what it'll take to get this up and running, shouldn't be a problem but just to be sure.

    $550 including U.S. shipping and PP fees
     

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    Anybody for $500 shipped in the U.S.?
     
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    It's a great scanner, this. I've seen results from one just like it, and it's as good as it gets without using a drum scanner.
     
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    is there a way to make a non-scsi computer take scsi with an adapter of some sort? like an scsi-usb or scsi-firewire. its a laptop so a whole scsi card is out of the question
     
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    I was using the scanner on a laptop (via Firewire) with the Ratoc FR1SX SCSI to Firewire converter that's included with the sale, worked perfectly the first time I plugged it in, never had any issues whatsoever.
     
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    now that i think about it, does this scanner even support windows 7?? with any software, lol.
     
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    should work fine with Vuescan, other than that I don't know...
     
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    Price lowered to $450 shipped in the U.S.
     
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    Payment sent
     
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    sold.
     
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    Not sure where else to leave feedback, so I will leave it here in the thread. If there is a feedback section somewhere, please feel free to let me know.

    I purchased the Minolta Scan Muiti II from Mike and could not be any happier with the transaction. Mike responded quickly and informatively and the scanner arrived better than he described. He even double boxed it for extra protections. I have no reservations in doing business with Mike again in the future, and you shouldn't either. He's about as good as it gets. A+++++++ transaction. Thanks, Mike!