TheEmrys wrote:Why buy one? Why not just pay to get them done? Probably be cheaper in the long run, as well as being of higher quality.
rookiebeotch wrote:Scanners are all crappy. It would be dumb to buy one. With all the bad mojo that scanners bring with them, you would probably get shocked by a short when you try to turn it on. Why even bother?
just brew it! wrote:I'm really hoping that his post was an attempt at humor (i.e. negative advice about scanners, as opposed to advice about scanners for negatives).
elmopuddy wrote:It wasn't a joke JBI, I am looking for a decent scanner to scan all my slides and negatives.
No local stores stock the V600, so I may order that or the Plustek OptiFilm 8200i Ai.. I am still mulling over my options
rookiebeotch wrote:just brew it! wrote:I'm really hoping that his post was an attempt at humor (i.e. negative advice about scanners, as opposed to advice about scanners for negatives).
'Attempt'? Damn, figured it would be a sure success.
Airmantharp wrote:Posting to track; but I'm also planning to see if I can find a proper white backlight, and suspend my 6D + (various extension tubes) + Canon 100mm Macro over it to digitize slides, plates, and everything else my Grandfather has laying around. One of those projects...