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A Guide to Flatbed Scanners

On July 4, 2011 By

Flatbed scanners generally deliver the best combination of quality, flexibility, and usability in scanning. They can be used to scan different kinds of media, including photos and film (with the additional use of a transparency adapter); they can be used to scan text for OCR and document archiving; and they can be used to scan [...]

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Looking for a portable scanner? if you are thinking about the possibility of finding a website to buy a flatbed scanner but you don't know which type would best fit your needs, join the club! fortunately, there is a way of determining what you need which will help you to find a scanner that will serve [...]

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Looking for a portable scanner? if you are thinking about the possibility of buying a flatbed scanner rating online and you're wondering which one would work best for you, then you just have to listen to some good advice on the subject that will ensure that you purchase the right scanner for you. Handheld scanners [...]

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Thinking of getting a compact usb scanner for your business? if you are interested in buying a flatbed scanner portable system and you're wondering which one would work best for you, we have a few suggestions and guidelines for you to take into account that will help you to find a scanner that will serve [...]

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I've offered to help a rural historical society digitize and preserve their historical photos. They have a flatbed scanner and a nice camera with stand. I haven't seen or tested either one yet. What is standard protocol?

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Should you be looking for a useful scanner, flatbed slide scanner is a superb choice. Besides your films and slides, this scanner is proficient to scan your pictures and documents too.

However, in order to do justice to your 35mm slides along with negatives, the optical resolution must be 2000 pixels per inch. The [...]

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If you're an avid photographer, a hobbyist, or even just someone who not only wants to keep easily accessible copies of slides and negatives, but also have the power to easily fix and enhance them, having a film scanner can be to your advantage. With the advent of the digital darkroom, photographers who work with film [...]

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Considering a scanner with many features? You'll have to check out the flatbed slide scanner in action. Not only your negatives and slides, this scanner is able to scan your pictures and documents also. However, in order to do justice to your 35mm slides and also negatives, the optical resolution will need to be 2000 [...]

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Hi there. Im currently doing an art project where i need to have the light on a flatbed scanner constantly moving up and down with the light on (im not interested in actually scanning an image) without using a computer. Is there a way i can rewire it to do this? If not, is there [...]

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