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 Scanning 4000 photos?

Answer Scanners with sheet feeders, do exist ... for example, many 'all in one' products (such as Canon MP430) incorporate scan feeder .. however these tend to be slow and may not give the sort of quality... Read More »
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What dpi should I use when scanning photos?

Hi There,The "rule of thumb" is you need 175 to 200 dpi for the final size of your printout.If you are scanning a 3 x5 photo and want to double the final size to 5 x 7 you should scan it at 300 dpi... Read More »
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Scanning photos?

Does your phone have internet access? If so, you should be able to email them to yourself.
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Scanning old photos, how much dpi?

Always as high as possible. You can always reduce them later. Remember, you're only doing it ONCE.
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Scanning photos issues?

Hi There,Here is how to select only the photo to be scanned...and not all the 'white space'.1. When you open up the scanner look for and select the "Preview" tab or button.2. The image will scan a... Read More »
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