Mac-compatible flatbed scanner

ron4735

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jan 7, 2012
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Using Maverick. Will use it for documents mostly. Would like to also use it for 35mm slides. Thanks.
 

ColdCase

macrumors 68030
Feb 10, 2008
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NH
Any name brand scanner would be Mac compatible. I've used both HP (documents) and Epson (images) with great success. You may find a better deal in a all in one. The best one for you is probably one that has the best set of features.
 
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drambuie

macrumors 6502a
Feb 16, 2010
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Recently I bought an Epson Perfection V550 Photo scanner. It's an excellent flatbed scanner that does documents, slides, and film strips. It's software apps and drivers are available for all Windows, XP 32 bit to 8.1 64 bit, and OS X from 10.5.x through 10.9.x.
 

glenthompson

macrumors 68000
Apr 27, 2011
1,929
128
Florida
If you're scanning documents I highly recommend a sheet feed scanner instead of a flat bed. I tried using a flat bed printer combo and it was a total pain. I the. Bought a ScanSnap 1500m and it has been a dream. Also scanned some 4"x6" photos then reprinted them and it was hard to tell the original.