I use the Canoscan 8800f.
One important thing to note is that you will probably want to purchase some scanning software as the out of the box software isnt often that customisable.
The popular options are VueScan and Silverfast. If you play your cards right these sometimes get bundled with the scanner if you buy from the right retailer.
I still shoot film so now pay for my films to be scanned when being developed as I find I have less free time and its not hugely costly they also have greater colour accuracy. QUOTE]
Where do you find film and how hard is it to get it developed, what's a roll of 36 cost to have developed and scanned, ball park is good.
Freestyle (freestylephoto.biz) in CA and B&H (bhphotovideo.com) in NY are usually well-stocked with whatever is available, although at this point if you want color slide film that means whatever is available from Fuji, as Kodak has dropped all their e6 products.Where do you find film and how hard is it to get it developed, what's a roll of 36 cost to have developed and scanned, ball park is good.
HOW I SCANNED THOUSANDS OF SLIDESGreeting looking for information from anyone using a slide scanner. Do not want a stand alone with memory.
Trying to find a quality scanner that will run as a Peripheral.
Any advice is welcome thanks in advance.