Question re: Scanners

  pcdimwit 00:22 AM 29 Feb 12
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I want to buy a reasonably priced scanner (not a printer/scanner) to scan my old photos and 35mm strips of negatives to my comnputer or to a USB external drive. I have seen Epson Perfection scanners on ebay and they look quite good, but some of the models are £100+ and well into the £2, 3, and £400 range which is way above my budget, my question is: what would you recommend for scanning old fotos and loads of old negatives, for a reasonable price with good quality resolution results?? thanks PCDIMWIT (once they are all done its unlikely I will use the scanner much)

  spuds 11:43 AM 29 Feb 12
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pcdimwit

You appear to have posted the same question a number of times on the forum. Best to use one thread, for an answer and response from other forum members.

I would suggest that you tick this as resolved.

  pcdimwit 13:35 PM 29 Feb 12

OK, sorry about that.

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