Slide Scanner

  jim63 17:21 27 Mar 2007
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Could I have views on this: Microtek Lightlid 35mm Film and Slide Scanner

  Totally-braindead 17:27 27 Mar 2007

This is it I suppose click here didn't know you got such a thing to be honest. Theres no reviews and its very cheap so I can't help wondering if its any good.
Sure someone will know.

  Bagsey 17:48 27 Mar 2007

If you have a Micrtek flat bed scanner you could use this item . It needs to be plugged into the back of a flat bed scanner. I have no personal knowledge of this but did find the on ebay.
click here
It gives some idea of how it works. No data on quality though.
If you want to scan slides and film strips Search ebay for Primefilm and you will have a choice of some of the best.

  jack 19:21 27 Mar 2007

It looks to be an add on for a particular scanner but the connector looks a bit ancient.
Give this one a miss.
A good quality Epson/Canon scanner with light in the lid is your best route.

  jim63 22:20 28 Mar 2007

I have bought the Epson 3490 scanner from Epson

  Technotiger 22:26 28 Mar 2007

Hi, you have made an excellent choice - I too have the 3490, so of course I would say that. It really is grreat ...

  jim63 09:47 29 Mar 2007

Will let you know how I get on with it. Thanks for advice

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