Question by Edd S: Photo and negative scanners. I am interested in finding a scanner that can scan negatives and slides .?
I seen two written about that were of high quality but still were economical in all ways. I have many negatives, slides and prints I want to scan and save and perhaps publish some. Do you have a lead on this? Thanks.
Answer by Dunbar Pappy ϟϟ Canon, as usual, has a great device for this task;
Slides & negatives to digital format:
CanoScan 8400F Color Image Scanner produces superb high-speed scans of a wide range of materials… scan valuable photos, important documents, books, old slides and even medium-format film… 3200 x 6400 color dpi resolution (max.) and 48-bit color depth, for over 281 trillion possible colors… USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface.. previews in approximately 2 seconds… Scan, Copy, E-Mail and PDF—automate the scanning process, so your projects can get done more quickly
MSRP: $ 129US
I have used about a half-dozen home office printers over the 10 years or so. The most recent comparison is the Epson 645 vs the HP Officejet 4500 All-in-One (CB867A#B1H) to see which I liked better and which has the best functionality. I also own the Epson Workforce 635 printer, which seems very, very similar to the 645. However, both products are completely excellent. Set-up – I was never able to get the HP Officejet 4500 Wireless All-in-One (CN547A#B1H) to work with my network….admittedly the HP 4500 has a wireless version but I haven’t used it. The HP 4500 was a bit clunky to set-up, but it was a doable. In Comparison the Epson WorkForce 635 Color Inkjet All-in-One (C11CA69201) was an absolute breeze to set-up (at least on my Mac) – it took less than 10 minutes and that includes set-up through my network so that I could print wirelessly. Print Quality – The Epson WorkForce 645 Wireless Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax (C11CB86201) is excellent for black-and-white and very solid for color. It is better than the HP 4500 in terms of print quality. I wouldn’t say that it is a high-end photo printer but it does do reasonably well. Also, it is important to note that the Workforce 645 will double-side print. Ink Cartridges – A full set of ink cartridges will cost you about 50% the retail price for the Epson 645, but from my experiences the cost of the ink cartridges is in line with its competitors Speed – Black and white is lightening fast – Color prints are roughly …
Question by B-More G: What is the best photo printer that comes with a scanner???
I need to get a photo printer that can print near lab quality if not better that also comes with a scanner and maybe a copier tho its not needed. I would like it to be under $ 225. Also what is the best photo printer under $ 150.00? Your help is greatly appriciated:)
Answer by ihayter13 I personally like Canon printers. I have a Canon printer-scanner-copier for normal printing and if I want to print a photo off I use photo quality paper and go into settings and change from “normal” to “high quality” using standard ink and cannot fault the photo quality.
Get a powerful impresion, from the very first use with the Canon CanoScan 8800F Flatbed Scanner. Warm-up time? Not an issue with this stunning machine, the Canon CanoScan 8800F produces professional quality scans for your photos and film each and every time. The CanoScan 8800F achieves its speed with the use of high-luminance white LED lamps — so it’s ready to scan immediately, with no warm-up time is necessary. With a maximum color dpi resolution of 4800 x 9600 you’ll quickly produce spectacular photographic results. Seven easy-use buttons automate the scanning process, so it’s simple to scan, copy and create e-mails and multi-page PDFs. Built-in FARE™ 3.0 retouching technology helps to enhance your final images. Save even more time, now you can batch-scan up to twelve 35mm frames or up to four slides — either positives or negatives. Quality performance, from a name you trust. Click www.compusa.com for more information.
Question by eddieteston: help me understand how to scan and send a photo to someone from my scanner thanks.?
is there a way to scan a photo on my scanner and send it to someone through my computer in an e-mail. i am very new at this and don’t have the knowledge to know how to do this any help would be appreciated.
Answer by oneblondepilgrim You first need to scan the photo.. save to a file and then upload to your email.. save to my images and then voila
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