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[filmscanners] Re: WinXP and Dimage Scan Dual II and more



The Minolta DUal Scan II may be good value if it is being heavily
discounted.  The Minolta Scan III sounds like it may be worth a few
extra bucks however, due to an improved interface (USB 2.0) and a higher
A/D converter (16 rather than 12).  It also appears to have new software.

Art

Curt Degler wrote:

> I'm upgrading my system and peripherals - a p4 cpu, Epson 2200 printer,
> and, scared by all the accounts I have read here of filmscanner nightmares,
> and not wanting to invest serious money in incompatible scankludge, have
> decided to buy a cheap film scanner like the Minolta Dimage scan dual II ,
> hoping that 2003/4 will the year of the killer filmscanner when my money
> will be thinly spent on perfection.
>
>   Question: Anyone with experience running  the Scan Dual II run with Win
> XP? Its not listed in the scanner specs.
>
> One more: Has anyone used slide copy equipment with a higrade 35mm digital
> camera to copy(scan?) film? Results Drawbacks? Disaster?
>
> Curt Degler
>


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