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[filmscanners] Re: filmscanner for business use



Several companies make scanners especially for photolab use; for
example my local lab uses one by Konica that does a reasonable job,
and I think Kodak, Ricoh and Fuji have photolab scanners.  If you're
only doing one roll a day you could use a Nikon LS4000ED with a
roll-film adapter -- but it's slow!

--Bill


At 1:21 PM +0000 8-3-02, stephen.hudson wrote:
>Hi
>I run a Kodak Express minilab and lately am getting more business requiring
>the burning of complete rolls of 35mm and APS film to CD. Currently I am
>doing about 1 roll per day which I have to send to Kodak for processing. I'd
>much rather do this in house and would be glad of any advice on which
>scanner to buy to scan rolls of film, strips of film and slides, budget is
>up to 2,000. I already have a CD burner on the PC.


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