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 I have tons of old 35mm slides - what scanner should I buy?

Answer There are quite a number of dedicated slide/film scanners out there.A flatbed with slide adapter works, but you get better quality off a proper slide scanner.I bought mine about 4 years ago and it ... Read More »
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Anyone know of a scanner which can scan 127 slides (not 35mm slides)?

Hi DaveGet the HP G4010. It should handle all slide format as this is what we use at the printshop. Surprisingly, the scanner sells for $150 or cheaper.
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Is there any scanner for 35mm slides?

Yes there is, i know newer highend flatbed scanners have them. Epson and HP i know make them. They have special cartridge for you to place your negatives or a spot on the flatbed for it. They run f... Read More »
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I have loads of 35mm colour transparancy slides. I would like to digitise them and put them on to disc.?

Hello,(ANS) No.1 I have tried to do this myself and we spent over £100 on a guardian newspaper special offer transparence scanner to digitize a large collection of 35mm images taken by my father b... Read More »
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What is the best way to convert 35mm slides to JPEG files that I can store electronically?

There are three methods 1) Get a company to do it. 2) Buy a dedicated film scanner and do it yourself. 3) Use an A4 scanner.I recommend method 1 or 2 and not method 3. Method 3 would be ok for a f... Read More »
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