phil.smith 14:28 10 Oct 2003

Can anyone recommend hardware which will transfer my photographs and slides onto CD

  johnnyrocker 14:37 10 Oct 2003

you dont say if they are on your pc or not, if they are i use nero very effectively for doing the above.



  phil.smith 14:42 10 Oct 2003

They are on paper and as slides. Is there a specific machine for copying photos and slides (other than an ordinary scanner)?

  Stuartli 15:18 10 Oct 2003

Yes, it's called a film scanner and you can get them from £129 plus p and p upwards.

But the more you pay, the better the resolution. Important, as 35mm film quality is way above the resolution capability of a normal flatbed scanner at well over 2000dpi.

Try click here for reconditioned Minolta models at just over £200.

There are adapters for flatbed scanners but, as pointed out, the resolution is inadequate for film.

A search on this forum for film scanners will bring up the outlet for the cheap film scanner (it was £179 at that time); something like

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