What is a good inexpensive scanner for 35mm negs.?

Answer Most flat bed scanners from Epson, HP, Canon etc, that have a film adapter, either built in or as an attachment will do what you need. If you're on a budget check out eBay, but use a reputable sell... Read More »

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What is the best 35mm negative scanner?

Check out the Plustek OpticFilm scanners. They are some of the best 35mm film scanners still in production:…

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

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 »

What sort of resolution do you run the scanner at assuming a 35mm negative occupies 36mm x 24mm of space, the?

and the details of the question are, how much resolution do you want in DPI?1mm=3.93700787403e-2indpi=dots per inch or pixels per inch36mm = 1.41732283465in (x film inches)24mm = 0.944991889764in (... Read More »

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 »