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Re: filmscanners: Fast, decent, low res scans



Not being a "Mac" person, I'm a bit out of my league, but Acer indicates 
the SCSI card they provide is "proprietary", and will not work with 
other devices.  I don't know if this is just a software driver matter, 
or if they really have some unique SCSI protocols.

Maybe Ed Hamrick can shed some light, since I think he's analyzed the 
SCSI command set with the Acer products.

Art

Shough, Dean wrote:

> There is no need to buy an expensive UltraSCSI PCI card for use with a
> scanner.  Try the Adaptec 2906 for under $50.  Works great for me with my
> Minolta Scan Dual on both my old PowerBase 180 and on my newer G4/500.  
> 
> Scanners use the original narrow and slow SCSI protocols.  The only reason
> to buy the fast, wide, LVD SCSI cards is if you want to set up a RAID array
> of SCSI disks - but then you don't want to put the scanner or any other
> narrow, slow devices on the same card.





 




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