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    35mm, 120, 4x5 negative scanners

    Sorry in advance to all those who don't want anything digital in the "for sale" section for whatever reason.

    For Sale:
    Canoscan FS2710 35mm scanner
    Great condition, scans at 2710 dpi
    almost as good as the Nikon 8000 I just purchased. I can even send comparisons if you wish.
    Works and looks like new. Negatives sit nice and flat.
    I have the drivers to get this to work with all versions of windows up to Vista and instructions on how to set it up. Worked great with my Windows Vista and Vuescan.
    Will only do 35mm strips, no slides.

    $150 obo - plus shipping - not sure the going rate, but I paid twice this a couple years ago. Feel free to make an offer.

    Canoscan 9900F Flatbed Scanner (35mm, 120, 4x5)
    Optical: 3200 dpi
    Hardware: 3200 x 6400 dpi
    Interpolated: 9600 x 9600 dpi
    Great for 120 and 4x5 negatives. Not so hot with 35mm, but pretty good.
    This is for those who can't afford the Epson v700 and v750 -it's almost as good.
    Doesn't look real pretty on the outside, but scans just fine.
    Has all the holders to scan 35mm strips and slides, 120 film and 4x5 film.

    $200 obo - plus shipping - Also not sure about the going rate of these, but paid $100 more than this a year ago.


    I'm selling because I bought a Nikon 8000. Don't need these guys.

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    The Canon FS2710 sill do 35mm transparencies in standard 2 inch cardboard or plastic mounts. You just put them straight into the slot where the negative carrier goes. Mine also came standard (in the USA) with an APS cartridge carrier for doing APS film. It's also a SCSII interface, not USB.

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    good to know, thanks for the update. And yes, I forgot to mention you'll need to install the card (included) in your computer.



 

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