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    Default Which Flatbed scanner with film scanning ability ?

    Anyone can recommend which flatbed scanner with film scanning ability is good in the market ?

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    You should a search there many recommends here one Epson 4870.

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    canon 5200F... me using... quite ok... CCD techonology

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    Quote Originally Posted by weevil84
    canon 5200F... me using... quite ok... CCD techonology
    care to post some samples ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by singscott
    You should a search there many recommends here one Epson 4870.
    I must concur with singscott's recommendation. Higher-end Epson scanners are pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ah Pao
    I must concur with singscott's recommendation. Higher-end Epson scanners are pretty good.
    How about the Microtek i900? Heard some pretty good stuff from them too...
    The equipment can only bring you so far - the rest of the photographic journey is done by you.

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    ya hor
    how's about Microtek scanner ?
    heard is cheaper than canon & epson

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    Quote Originally Posted by locksley
    ya hor
    how's about Microtek scanner ?
    heard is cheaper than canon & epson
    Microtek Scanner? $1200 .... how can that be cheaper than Canon and Epson?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blurblock
    Microtek Scanner? $1200 .... how can that be cheaper than Canon and Epson?
    wow is it ?
    which model ?

    I'm looking at this model
    MICROTEK ScanMaker i320 (6400x3200dpi/Film adaptor) 48-bit colour
    http://202.39.72.2/Singapore/Web/Pro...6903ceee77ee9a

    wondering how is it ? good or not ?
    Last edited by locksley; 15th November 2004 at 11:49 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by locksley
    wow is it ?
    which model ?

    I'm looking at this model
    MICROTEK ScanMaker i320 (6400x3200dpi/Film adaptor) 48-bit colour
    http://202.39.72.2/Singapore/Web/Pro...6903ceee77ee9a

    wondering how is it ? good or not ?
    Microtek i900

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    epson 4850 pro sounds excellent!
    heard a lot about the microtek 1800f, but no local dealer i know...


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    i see
    but epson 4870 like abit off budget


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