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Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by frankm007, Apr 17, 2007.
im looking for an economic scanner to scan my photos, nothing too professional... suggestions?
canon Lide 25
i love mine
looks great, how about the software? mac version, or what can i use?
Not to thread jack, but in line with your question-
Can anyone recommend good scanning software? I use my Samsung laser all-in-one to scan picutres, works great but has HORRIBLE software- by horrible software I mean pc only software. I use photoshop to "import" an image from the scanner, but I know there has to be a better way.
Also- are there any 4x6 only scanners out there? That would be tremendous.
the canon comes with photostudio for mac and other scanning software to scan with. works great.
the 3 touch buttons on the scanner work great -- copy,scan,fax
I got the scanner! Now, is there anyway to scan without the software? Through photoshop somehow...thanks
I recently purchased a Canon CanoScan 8600F scanner. I installed Canon's software. With the scanner's TWAIN driver, however, it works with any TWAIN-compatible app. Far and away, Apple's MacOS X-bundled app Image Capture works best.
i tried apple's "image capture" and despite it recognizing the scanner, i could not select from any option (e.g. DPI, etc.) and the "scan" button was greyed out. Suggestions?
After Image Capture goes through its startup procedure including a prescan, it will un-"gray" its controls. You will then be able to change the resolution and other settings.