Scanner

I’ve got this plan to scan a load of old family photos. Can anyone recommend a half decent scanner that can handle 1960’s style kodak colour as well as a few older black and white photographs?

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#1 Martyn on 07.23.06 at 1:50 pm

Tom,

I’d always go with an Epson, but then I did work for their Scanner department.

http://www.epson.co.uk/products/scanners/Perfection4490Photo.htm

#2 Steven on 07.23.06 at 2:05 pm

http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/80002/epson-perfection-3490-photo.html

#3 christine on 07.23.06 at 2:39 pm

my kids bought me a cannon one for christmas cost bout £50 I think. I uploaded laods of photos, exercise books all sorts of stuff. So I could *share* …..they hate me now. ( well no not really)

#4 margaret macklin on 07.23.06 at 3:33 pm

The cheapest one that PC world provide will do what you want but remember to get a decent photo processing software package. See you in redhouse park this week- we could go PC world after -youve got the money!!!Margaret macklin

#5 simon on 09.07.06 at 2:47 pm

Ask yourself if you’re also going to want to scan slides at some stage. Some scanners can do them and I think they don’t necessarily cost more.

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