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    Minimal Scanner for Websites?

    Hey people, I know this is APUG, but I need to get my slides scanned for my website, and that's all! Anyone know of a low-end puppy for 6x7 cm?
    Thanks.

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    Epson 3170. I think you can still get it for $80 refurb'ed from Epson.

    allan

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    Oh my gosh. Now it's $64! I should buy one just..because it's so cheap.

    allan

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    Sounds like what I'll need for my 'cord...if I get it. Thanks for the heads up.

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    One of the APUG'rs has an Agfa Duoscan T1200 for only $100 (T1200 ad...)... This is a fantastic scanner, which will do what you want & more!
    John (Alpha Flying Monkey) Moore
    http://www.flyingmonkeystudio.com

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    Stephanie and Dave,
    If you do get the Epson, I strongly, strongly recommend that you get Doug Fisher's film holder. http://home.earthlink.net/~dougfishe...lderintro.html

    In my opinion, it is a major component of getting good scans from these flatbeds. The Epson holder is pretty wonky.

    allan



 

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