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    4x5, 120 and 35mm scanners - best offer

    Hey guys...

    I have posted these before with lots of nibbles, but no commitment. Well, I'm moving to NYC and I'm not taking these 2 guys with me since I acquired a Nikon 8000 ED.

    I have a Canoscan 9900 with 120, 4x5 and 35mm strip and slide holders. In great functioning condition, but exterior has some tape residue and all that stuff.
    $125 OBO

    The other scanner I have is a Canoscan FS2710 35mm scanner. I have the holder and the SCSI card. This little guy performs almost as well as my Nikon 8000, which is surprising considering my Nikon is $1000 more. Great value and pretty small and light.
    $125 OBO

    These guys HAVE TO GO within the next 2 weeks or I'm donating them to a worthy cause. It's a great combo for those who shoot 35mm, 120 and 4x5 and want their photos on the web. That's what I bought them for. So, hit me with what you want to pay. Shipping from Canada.

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    If you visit my website, almost all my scans are made with both of these scanners, so you can get a good picture of what they can do.

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    Do they work on Windows Vista and 7?

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    I've used both on Vista. The FS2710 is trickier because you need to use a driver from Adaptec. I can walk the new owner through the process though. I don't know if they will work with Windows 7 though.

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    Is that a Canon 9900F? I couldn't find a 9900.

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    yes, sorry. it's the 9900F. The "f" is for "forgettomention".

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    ...the Canoscan 9900F is spoken for....sale pending.

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    CanoScan 9900F received and works file. Thank-you.... Dennis
    Even closer now to NEEDING a 4 X 5 camera........
    Last edited by dances_w_clouds; 08-17-2010 at 10:35 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: just because I could

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    Thank you for the FS2710...haven't hooked it up yet, just unpacked it, and it looks beautiful!



 

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