I have a number of prints from South East asia in the 1960s and 70s (the film is long gone). The prints are clearly starting to fade, and I'd like high-fidelity scans of them before it's too late.
I'm tempted to go to the FedEx Kinkos down the street (run-of-the-mill office services store with a number of printers and scanners, etc..). Assuming they have scanners of decent fidelity (lets say > 200dpi), will the scanning process leave the prints significantly damaged, due in part to the bright light? Should I try instead to find a specialty photo store that has the specific equipment and expertise with this?