Scanning film prints into the computer

Started Mar 14, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Scanning film prints into the computer
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For speed - you could use your camera to copy them - very fast to do a lot if you take trouble to set it up so all you need to do is change the prints.  Would guess about up-to 10X faster than scanning and then transferring into computer from memory card via reader would easily outpace anything else.

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