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Re: filmscanners: Canon FS2710 - any good?
On Wed, 7 Feb 2001, Arthur Entlich wrote:
> If you don't require SCSI interfacing and have a USB port, you may wish
> to consider the Minolta Dimage Dual Scan II. Most people are quite
> impressed with it, especially when used with VueScan, a third party
> product selling for $40 US., and the price is lower than the Canon.
> The Canon is considered a reasonable produce by those who use it, but
> the Minolta seems to be better value.
> I haven't used either scanner, and going on reports I have read over
> numerous months through many sources.
Does either the Minolta or the Canon scanner have an IR channel for ICE?
> tflash wrote:
> > Looking at low cost film scanners and this Canon FS2710 seems like it might
> > be nice. Anybody have strong feelings for or against it? I know there have
> > been new 4000ppi scanners announced, but will there be anything better in
> > the Canon's price range out soon?
> > Thanks,
> > Todd