scanners again!

  smurffette 18:21 03 Oct 2003

I have bog-standard visioneer scanner which doesnt allow me to make good enlargements of scanned 6" by 4"'s, the images becomes "blocky" I am considering a Canon LiDE 50 is this a good choice?

  Djohn 18:25 03 Oct 2003

You now have three separate threads on this question, best to tick and close two of them. This will reduce the confusion and all answers will be on the same thread. Regards. j.

PS. On one of your other threads I have given my opinion of the LiDE 50.

  hayeside 19:47 03 Oct 2003

See my response on your earlier heading just 'Scanners'.

  hayeside 19:53 03 Oct 2003

Having had my Microteck 4800 gor belly up, I needed a good scanner to deal with Colour photos and negs for a major local project. Brought a CanonScan 8000 (Staples £200) and it fits the bill. Scanning is easy and fast, quality very good and lots of useful bundles software.

Depends what you want and can pay. But for major work, recommend this.

  R4 20:03 03 Oct 2003

You could try the free photo resize from here click here

it may do what you want without paying out.

  Coaster3 18:53 04 Oct 2003

I use the CanoScan D1250U2F and I cannot fault it. It is fast (usb2) and can scan 35mm negatives as well.

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