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When I scan film photographs I can see lines caused from the scanning process. What can I do to correct this?
05-29-2014, 08:39 PM
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When I scan film photographs I can see lines caused from the scanning process. What can I do to correct this?
I have used an HP all-in-one printer, Multipass F80, and a dedicated scanner that I forget the model name. All three devices result in an image that shows lines from each movement of the scanning process. Does anyone know of an average costing all-in-one, or stand alone scanner, that will not result in these scan lines? I have thousands of images that need to be converted to digital, so I want to get it rite the first time. What format should I save my scans, from my research I figure "jpg" is the best route due to its small file size and seems to be the same quality as "BMP". Thankies for any help you all can offer! 8 )

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05-29-2014, 08:42 PM
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That is weird. I suspect the scanner is jamming somehow. I would get the HP G3110 which is inexpensive or the HP G4010 which can scan legal size as well.

I use the UMAX high end. But for fast jobs for our models and photoshoots, I use the G 4010. That scanner is fast and NO LINES either LOL. You can scan up to 9600 dpi which I doubt, you will ever need.

Here is the link and this scanner is very well rated. You can scan multiple images and send them to a pdf automatically.

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/...CmmVCjCmmV

or a less expensive , but still a good deal

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/...CmmVCjCmmV
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