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    I just inherited the family photo collection of about 4 or 5 thousand 5mm Kodachrome slides. I plan to scan a lot of these. I know what I in for I was a drum & Imacon scanner operator for many years. I have tools to profile the scanner so I would like to do that also. I see a lot of old film scanners...
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    by airubin
    Hi All,

    How good a quality scanner do you need for scanning B&W negitives and color prints?

    I'm using a Umax2200, but I believe that it will probably not be good enough. I got a decent result on it with a print, but I was not too concerned about top notch quality....
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    by pavel123
    I apologize if I am asking an obvious (to anybody else) question.

    I have a relatively old scanner (going 5 years or so back HP ScanJet 3400, it wasn't a high end scanner at that time). Can say I am happy with the quality of scanned images. Colors are off, images seem darker (which is a...
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  • christo
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    by christo
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  • Caravaggio
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    by Caravaggio
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