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Snowcrash

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which website will you go to check out on scanner review?

Since no one in clubsnap know much about flatbed scanner :(
 

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probably most of us switch to digital and don't use flatbed but AIO? :dunno:

I am thinking of getting a scanner for my project to scan in old 3R/4R prints for presentation.
 

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Most flatbed scanners from the big brands today can scan pretty well, esp for reflective materials like photographs. Try getting one that can scan multiple photos (and save them in individual files) at one go, to save you time. There're some like the Canon series that can spot and retouch dust and scratches from the photos, so you don't need to spend frustrating hours retouching them. A 1200 dpi scanner will be very sufficient for your needs...
 

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Neo said:
Most flatbed scanners from the big brands today can scan pretty well, esp for reflective materials like photographs. Try getting one that can scan multiple photos (and save them in individual files) at one go, to save you time. There're some like the Canon series that can spot and retouch dust and scratches from the photos, so you don't need to spend frustrating hours retouching them. A 1200 dpi scanner will be very sufficient for your needs...
thanks :)

have limit down to canon 3200f and epson 1670 photo.
 

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