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Subject: Re: Scanning 35mm negs and slides
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Subject: Re: Scanning 35mm negs and slides
Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2017 09:47:36 -0600
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On 10/26/2017 6:31 AM, Noons wrote:
> On 25/10/2017 12:26 @wiz, newshound wrote:
>> box)? No current drivers from Minolta/Konica I understand, should I 
>> invest in VueScan, or something else?
> Most definitely vuescan.  I cannot recommend it more highly.
> Been using it for over 10 years and it is the best value.
>> Or would it be easier just to buy something more recent? Not looking 
>> to spend "professional" money, but not bargain basement either.
> If you find a more neew recent scanner as good as that one, let us know.
> Unfortunately apart from some of the top end Epsons, there is very 
> little choice nowadays.
> Other than something incredibly expensive like the plustek Opticfilm120 
> - which is that expensive because of the crap software bundled with it.
> Mine works heaps better with vuescan than with its horrible bundled 
> software!

Another nod for Vuescan. I bought the "pro" version 7 or 8 years ago. I 
works great.