Best place to get 4x6 photos scanned into digital
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Oct 8th, 2018 8:45 am
I remember seeing an Epson Scanner that can scan a 4x6 pictures in 1 second and does it in bulk. I think it was above $500.
Oct 8th, 2018 3:00 pm
Hey, check your pm!kwrangers wrote: ↑Oct 4th, 2018 12:55 pmHi where's the best place to get all my old photos scanned into digital in the kitchener-waterloo area? I have over a 1000 photos that need to be scanned. I'd rather pay a little more for high quality scanning and removing dust/artifacts/folds. Any recommendations?
Oct 8th, 2018 8:55 pm
All the top labs will scan film for you, but the process is not as forgiving, is much more time-consuming, and tends to be much more expensive -- especially if the film is already cut into strips.
Oct 9th, 2018 10:11 pm
These might scan fast but the image quality and/or color reproduction wouldn't be very good.Gin Martini wrote: ↑Oct 8th, 2018 8:45 amI remember seeing an Epson Scanner that can scan a 4x6 pictures in 1 second and does it in bulk. I think it was above $500.
A quick search and I found this on amazon USA with good review, $200 US, that states it can scan 1000 photos in 1 afternoon.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LZJH63M/re ... 5AbEX2AXB2
But I honestly didn't think it'll cost that cheap to scan it at a store. So to OP, the easiest way is to have someone do it for you and not having to store another machine in your storage room.
Oct 10th, 2018 10:32 am
Try to find a film scanner that uses a nortisu or a pakon. We use a f335 for 34¢ per frame with digital ice, 2000 DPI. When the company uses a coolscan (we have 5000/9000s in use) you'll pay 75¢+