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    Scanning 35mm slides

    Hi, can somebody suggest a reasonably good economically priced scanner for 35mm slides. I have about 2000 slides and they are in good condition so I'm looking for a scanner that will give results at the same quality as the originals. I have tried a Kaiser Baas unit but the results left a lot to be desired.

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    http://www.proscan.com.au/products/plustek-scanners

    check out the Plustek range

    But as this is the second time you have asked the same question here (and your only interaction on the site), perhaps you don't really want our answers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbird View Post
    Hi, can somebody suggest a reasonably good economically priced scanner for 35mm slides



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    I can scan them for you for 68 cents each using a Frontier. Contact me if interested.

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