also suggest the vendor supports the Polaroid “good as Gold” guarantee without
any restocking charge in case you are dissatisfied in any way. Whom knows maybe
the color of the scanner case may clash with you wall paper. J
From: Stan Schwartz
Sent: Saturday, July 07, 2001
Subject: RE: filmscanners: Where
I have bought from all
three. You need to look also at shipping charges and whether sales tax will be
added to your order (depending on what state you are in if you are in the USA).
Those two added charges can make a significant difference.
email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Jlsillars@aol.com
Sent: Friday, July 06, 2001 2:04
Subject: filmscanners: Where to
I have made up my mind
to buy the Polaroid 120. Maybe I am wrong, but I
survived being in the military in WW II so I will probably survive any errors
in selection here.
I don't know where to buy. There are many sources. I have had good
with PC Connection, but they want 2795. The cheapest is ECost. Are
reputable. B & H Photo is 2695. Any advice? I am going to
stick with the
less software version, because I am a scanning neophyte and don't want total
confusion at first. Maybe later.
Thanks. This is a great list. Either you are all mostly geniuses,
or I am
even dumber than I think I am.