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 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: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search?Ntt…
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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 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 »
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Does an HP scanner scan 120mm& 35mm slide strips?

Yes and no. Many models of Hewlett Packard (HP) scanners will scan 35mm slide strips. However, most brands of scanner will not support the larger 120mm slides. However, there are workarounds for co... Read More »
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