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Re: filmscanners: Beginner




----- Original Message -----
From: "Lynn Allen" <lalle@email.com>
. You're probably going to need BOTH a hi-res flatbed
: (1200x1200dpi) and a specialized filmscanner for your magazine
(2700x2700
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WHOA  up there,  since when has 1200x1200 been Hi res  ?
Umax powerlook 3000 is a budget priced hi res A3 flatbed has an optical
res of 3048x3048
A dedicated 35mm scanner would be handy but the powerlook would cope
with it all AND you have the ability to batch scan, saving more time.

http://www.umax.com/professional/standard/products/powerlook3000.cfm

regards

Michael Wilkinson. 106 Holyhead Road,Ketley, Telford.Shropshire TF 15 DJ
  michael@infocus-photography.co.uk      www.infocus-photography.co.uk
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